Via their Space Academies, SpaceUp offers expertise to entrepreneurs, finding solutions to their needs through customized coaching services, one-to-one dedicated solutions modules, networking and matchmaking activities.
Day one of the Space Academy consists of modules focusing on key topics such as investment readiness and relationships, crowdfunding, how new advanced technologies can shape your business, business models, or European funding. Day two gives participants the chance to listen to keynote speakers in panel sessions as well as selected start-ups pitching to investors.
Building upon the success and experience of the first Space Academy in Helsinki this past June, this is the second Space Academy (of six to be held throughout Europe) and will be held back to back to the popular Space Tech Expo in Bremen.
The Space Academy is open to applications from all SMEs and entrepreneurs (including from non-space sectors), although 10 start-ups/SMEs will be selected to receive specialised and tailored services for free, such as one-to-one meetings with investors and matter experts; international creditworthiness certificate; feasibility study on EU public funding; business model analysis; management and human resources analysis; or intellectual property rights analysis.
To apply and for more information: https://www.space-academy.eu/
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