Do you find the phrase "the sky is the limit" good, limiting? From December 16-17, join a global community of brilliant visionaries, makers and investors for TC Sessions: Space 2020, an online conference that aims to use innovative technologies to go beyond the boundaries of this world and create outstanding Create startup opportunities.
Speaking of great opportunity, this is an opportunity to help your startup navigate the orbit of the leading experts and decision makers in the space industry. We're talking about people from NASA, the U.S. military, and VCs determined to fund pioneering space startups. Get an early-stage startup exhibitor package to showcase your technology and talent – and impress the people who can change your startup's trajectory. Note: Only eight spots left and early bird prices end on November 13 at 11:59 p.m. (PT).
The $ 360 Exhibitor Pass includes a digital showroom, the ability to collect leads visiting your showroom, and three conference tickets for your staff. In a classic "But wait, there's more" moment, all exhibitors can pitch a pitch to conference participants from all over the world. We're talking about founders, engineers, investors, technology journalists, prospects, and employees in the public and private sectors – not to mention the people who are in charge of NASA and the military.
Super bonus: Exhibitors can also contact the following organizations to discuss how to access grant funds.
TechCrunch events are always attended by top industry speakers, and you can't expect anything less at TC Sessions: Space. Here's an example from the events agenda – and we'll be adding some surprises in the coming weeks.
From Space Rock Returns to Financial Returns: A Panel of Investors – with Chris Boshuizen (Data Collective DCVC), Mike Collett (Promus Ventures) and Tess Hatch (Bessemer Venture Partners). Some investors spend a lot of time looking for the next venture capital opportunities. It's a market like no other, but does this change the math for equity-based investing?
Here's how to get the Air Force to buy your stuff – We will speak to Will Roper, USA. Assistant Secretary, Acquisitions, Technology and Logistics on the best ways to understand what the Air Force needs and how to sell it to them.
Public-private partnerships in space defense – General Jay Raymond, the chief of US space forces, talks about what it takes to secure an entirely new domain for warfare and how the newest branch of the US military will turn to private industry to make it happen .
Is your startup ready for this great opportunity? Secure your early-stage startup exhibitor package before the countdown to savings ends and prices rise at 11:59 p.m. on November 13th. (PT).
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