Dorset Business Angels are proud to be a Corporate Member of Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Through our support of the BSO, and our relationship with Investec, we are close friends of BSO.
Associate your company with a world-class cultural charity, an iconic brand, with formidable marketing and pioneering work in the community
A Corporate Membership with the BSO offers exceptional opportunities to engage with your clients and staff, enhance relationships and build profile for your business. Benefits of Membership include premium tickets for entertaining, access to the BSO’s musicians, accreditation in key publications and invitations to exclusive supporter events.
You can become involved in the BSO’s new Corporate Membership Scheme for as little as £100 per month.
Interested? Then download their Corporate Membership Brochure here
Or contact Johanna Marx, BSO Development Officer, by email email@example.com or by phone on 01202 644730.
AngelNews is delighted to be partnering with the UKBAA to offer us a 10% discount on tickets for the Annual UKBAA Winter Investment Dinner on 22nd February 2017.
This year’s event will be hosted high above the heart of the City of London on the 42nd floor of The Leadenhall Building (The Cheesegrater).
The UKBAA Winter Investment Dinner welcomes a range of guests from the angel and early-stage finance ecosystem, including private investors, angel groups and syndicates, fund managers, crowdfunders, disruptive entrepreneurs and established thought leaders. At last winter’s dinner, UKBAA was delighted to welcome some of the most inspiring and pioneering leaders in the industry.
An outstanding speaker has been lined up for the occasion: David J. Brown, co-founder and CEO of Ve Interactive. Under David’s leadership, Ve Interactive has been listed as one of Europe’s unicorns and named the fastest-growing tech company in the UK by The Sunday Times’ Tech Track 100.
The UKBAA Winter Investment Dinner was a sell-out event last year, so do take this opportunity. Available to all members by contacting Peter Eales.
Phone: 01202 706 975