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UK Space Agency launches second mission to back space entrepreneurs of the future
An exciting opportunity has arisen with the SpaceTech Incubation Initiative, who are offering up to six promising space technology businesses the chance to participate in an award winning entrepreneurs’ programme on behalf of SETsquared, the global no.1 university business incubator.
The programme, which will be held at Exeter Science Park from 26-28 February 2018 aims to boost small businesses looking at new space technology in the South West. It includes a unique package of entrepreneurship training, bespoke business support and the opportunity for grow-on space. There will also be access to grant support. Funded by the UK Space Agency, the South West programme is part of the UK Space Incubator Network.
Growing businesses, start-ups, and individuals with great ideas around developing space technology, applications for satellite or other space related data, or with applications of digital and other technology for space environments are encouraged to apply.
Applications close at 11:59 PM on 21 January 2018.
For more information and details on how to apply, please click here.
SpaceTech is an initiative of the South West Centre of Excellence for Satellite Applications (SWCoESA; funded by the Satellite Applications Catapult and the UK Space Agency) in partnership with Goonhilly Earth Station Ltd., SETsquared and the University of Exeter. Providing the opportunity for entrepreneurs focused on space-centric innovation, SpaceTech enables participants to gain support and expert input from industry.
Mike Badley, CEO of Sigma Technical, who succeeded in attracting significant funding following participation in the first round of the SpaceTech South West incubator.