World Congress of Angel Investors WBAF 2021 to Hold February 15-21, 2021

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World Congress of Angel Investors WBAF 2021

As an affiliated partner of the G20 Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI), the World Business Angels Investment Forum announces more than 650 guests from 132 countries will join the virtual World Congress of Angel Investors WBAF 2021, 15 – 21 February.

The Congress is hosting 24 keynote speakers, 14 roundtables, and 126 international speakers from 42 countries. It will also feature the following: a Ministerial Roundtable on Diplomacy in Action for Entrepreneurs; 2 international workshops; the Global Fundraising Stage 2021, with 60 startup ventures from around the world; the 2021 World Excellence Awards; the 2021 Grand Assembly; and the 2021 Global Exchange and Networking Forum — all online.

On Saturday, 20 February, WBAF 2021 will host 60 startup ventures on the Global Fundraising Stage. Each startup will have a virtual exhibition booth at the WBAF Business School. The exhibition will be open to the public from 13 to 21 February.

At the Closing Ceremony (on Sunday, 21 February at 1pm GMT),The WBAF Angel Investment Fund will announce the names of the startups they will carry out due diligence with.

The WBAF International Jury will also announce 5 great institutions and individuals of 2020. Please don’t miss this particular session at the World Excellence Awards.

The WBAF Business School will offer 2 great workshops at the Congress on Friday, 19 February

  • Intensive Investment Readiness Workshop for the Global Fundraising Stage by Maryam Najafi and Christoph Drescher from 12pm to 2pm GMT
  • Business Transformation Workshop,by Dr Paul Doany, WBAF Business School Rector from 2pm GMT to 4pm GMT


On 16, 17 and 18 February; WBAF 2021 offers 6 Global summits: Europe Summit / Africa Summit / Latin America and the Caribbean Summit / Asia Summit / MENA Summit / North America Summit.
Summits will have a total of 24 keynote speakers, 14 roundtables, 126 international speakers from 42 countries and a Ministerial Roundtable on Diplomacy in Action for Entrepreneurs.

The Global Exchange and Networking Forum lets Congress participants from around the world share best practices. The Forum aims to connect its Board Members, High Commissioners, Senators, International Partners, International Committee Members, Executives of Country Offices, and Startups to provide an opportunity for open learning with insights from different regions of the world, including current developments in the global early and post-early stage equity markets. The Forum will be a great networking occasion for everyone.

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