Money is the fuel that your business runs on. Finding the appropriate funding sources, and going through the fundraising process are essential but time-consuming and often daunting tasks for space entrepreneurs. This section will navigate you through the fundraising landscape.
When you are looking to enter a specific market segment, it’s useful to observe some of the key trends playing […]
Many countries have created policy measures to boost commercial space development. At present, China’s private space industry is still in […]
Up first: Why are small countries becoming interesting for space startups? When thinking about startups, the first thing that comes […]
The startup scene in Norway is flourishing and its capital is on the top of the list of the fastest […]
On September 28th at the 2017 International Astronautical Congress, Elon Musk made international headlines by unveiling SpaceX’s plans to use its […]
A dear friend once told me “nothing exists that wasn’t first imagined.” It has taken me years to truly appreciate […]
Today we meet Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom! Emeline is, among others, a member of the Advisory Board of the Astropreneurs.
This article is not another listing of emerging companies, but it provides an update on the new business endeavors that the well-known NewSpace companies embark on.
Astropreneurs sat down with the Co-Founders of the Space Resources Program at the Colorado School of Mines, Angel Abbud-Madrid and Chris Dreyer, for a wide ranging interview about their new program and this exciting new industry that is beginning to take shape.
The Astropreneurs sat down with the Luxembourg Director of Space Affairs and the first Vice-Chairman of the ESA Council, Marc […]
NewSpace Hub (formerly known as NewSpace Ventures) is an open source database that includes over 2000 space-related companies, projects, products, […]
The Indian space program was established with a very different goal in mind. Unlike its western counterparts where the space […]
An interview to IceKing GMBH Astropreneurs: What is IceKing? Paola Belingheri: IceKing has two aims. First to create a virtuous cycle between […]
Atomos is a space startup looking to solve old problems—moving things in space—with nuclear power-enabled spacecraft. Astropreneurs sat down with […]
Many countries including China, Russia, South Korea, India, Japan, and Europe Nations have all outlined significant lunar plans. To mention […]
“It’s an absolutely fantastically exciting time for the sector,” said Alice Bunn, International Director of the UK Space Agency, at […]
Welcome back, Astropreneurs! It’s finally time for the global space community to gather together in Bremen, Germany for the 2018 […]
While at the UNISPACE +50 conference the Astropreneurs met Stefano Ferretti, who has been publishing extensively on the benefits that […]
Part of the New Space revolution includes a myriad of countries, previously not well-known for their space programs, that are […]
On the 22nd of January, at the 11th European Space Policy Conference, commissioner Elżbieta Bieńkowska, gave a speech that presented […]
Space exploration has contributed to the development of humankind, most prominently since the early 1960s. The development of efficient launch […]
Part I of v: Prologue Part investigative journalism, part informational piece, this series explores what it takes to start a […]
The importance of space for our security and economic prosperity grows with the number of assets we deploy there. There […]
This is the first article in a series on open service innovation for space downstream services. Satellite-based data is becoming […]
This is the second part of a series on Open Service Innovation. Part one is found here. So how are […]
The Astropreneurs interviewed Mr. Abraham Akinwale, CEO and Co-Founder of MPG Aerospace. Being a young entrepreneur from Nigeria, Mr. Akinwale […]
Continuing where Part I left off, the next installation of So You Want to Start your own Space Agency? takes an in-depth look at starting a private space agency in the Caribbean. For astropreneurs that are just discovering this series, part I put forward four factors that will be used to explore and analyze region-specific commercial space agency case studies.
Imagine you’re a businessperson with ideas about monitoring oil spills, modeling the effects of anthropogenic noise on the sea environment, […]
An overviw of the Spanish new space industry
Part III of V: Strategic Importance Recap Continuing our bimonthly installment of So You Want to Start your own Space […]