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.
The Astropreneurs interviewed Mr. Abraham Akinwale, CEO and Co-Founder of MPG Aerospace. Being a young entrepreneur from Nigeria, Mr. Akinwale […]
Astropreneurs sat down with ESA BIC UK operations manager, Sue O’Hare, to learn more about their program for startup space […]
Astropreneurs sat down with Leon Alkalai, manager of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s (JPL) Blue Sky Think Tank for strategic planning […]
Welcome back, Astropreneurs! It’s finally time for the global space community to gather together in Bremen, Germany for the 2018 […]
“It’s an absolutely fantastically exciting time for the sector,” said Alice Bunn, International Director of the UK Space Agency, at […]
Atomos is a space startup looking to solve old problems—moving things in space—with nuclear power-enabled spacecraft. Astropreneurs sat down with […]
Go West, Young Man, Go West!? Go West, Young Man, Go West and Manifest Destiny were terms, mantras, rally cries, […]
The list includes conferences and competitions for NewSpace as well as for “old space” ranging from innovation-focused events to manufacturing and everything in between.
History of the Emergence of the Earth’s Global Economy The focus of this article is to encourage and promote the […]