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Panels Announced for the Space Technology & Investment Forum
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The Space Foundation is holding a by-invitation gathering of some of the most innovative, insightful and visionary professionals from the entrepreneurial and investment sectors of space and technology. Hear and meet more than 40 speakers in a unique and exclusive environment at the Space Technology & Investment Forum 2016, to be held Aug. 16 & 17 at JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square.
Learn what niches are hot and why, gain global industry insight and hear solution and success stories. Also learn the steps for various investment goals and approaches. Some of the panel discussions are:
- “Hot New Tech”
- “International Space Investment”
- “Remote Sensing, an Investment Hotbed”
- “Closing the Deal – Funding Success Stories”
- “Hard Problems and Space Solutions”
- “Hot Niches and Why They’re Hot”
- “Impacts of the Legal and Regulatory Environment”
- “Not-So-Strange Bedfellows: Where Investors and Government Funding Meet”
- “Knowing Your Investor: Differences in Investment Goals and Approaches”
Featured speakers include:
- Dr. Andrew Aldrin, Director of Buzz Aldrin Space Institute, Associate Professor at Florida Institute of Technology
- Richard F. Ambrose, Executive Vice President, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
- John Higginbotham, Chairman and CEO, Blue Ridge Networks
- Moriba Jah, Ph.D., Director of Space Object Behavioral Analysis, University of Arizona
- Matt O’Connell, CEO, OneWeb
- Richard Rocket, Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, NewSpace Global
Participating companies include investors and innovators.
A3 by Airbus Group
Bessemer Venture Partners
L3 Electron Technologies
Lockheed Martin Space Systems
Made in Space
Co-sponsorship of the Space Technology & Investment Forum 2016 is provided by CASIS, Illuminate and Lockheed Martin. Satellite Finance is the the media partner. Supporting organizations include Silicon Valley Space Business Roundtable (SVSBR) and Space Angels Network.
This article is part of Space Watch: July 2016 (Volume: 15, Issue: 7).
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