Space Academy Paris

Space Academy Paris Space Academy Paris
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    Startups, Space, Technology, SMEs, Entrepreneurs, funding, EU

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SpaceUp is busy planning the fifth Space Academy, this time to be virtual on 16-18th June 2021. The deadline to apply to get individual high-level services for free is 11th April 2021.

Companies selected to receive these services will get customised advice and studies from experts in the months prior to the Space Academy.

The individual customised services cover:
• One-to-one meetings with investors and experts;
• Credit Passport (International creditworthiness certificate);
• Feasibility study on EU public funding;
• Business model analysis;
• Management and human resources analysis;
• Intellectual property right analysis.

All entrepreneurs are welcome to join the Space Academy workshops lead by prominent experts on 6 key business and technology topics. Participants will learn about investment readiness and relationships, how to be trusted by investors and get funded; types of crowdfunding and how to maximize your impact with the right campaign; hot trends and how new advanced technologies can shape your business; business models; European funds and finding the right funding opportunity in the ocean of the European initiatives; as well as insights on the space ecosystem, how to connect with international space institutions and corporates, and applying to ESA Invitation to Tender (ESA ITT).

This event is embedded into EBAN Cork Annual Congress. The EBAN Congress is one of Europe’s largest and most recognised international business angel and investment events. The congress is organised by EBAN and the European Investment Project Portal, and it will gather more than 300 business leaders; early stage investors; VCs; entrepreneurs; accelerators; corporates and policy makers seed funds.