source: esa.int Led by Frank Salzberger, the Head of the Technology Transfer and Business Incubation Office, the ESA Business Incubation Centres were initiated in 2000 and was setup to inspire entrepreneurs to turn space connected business ideas into commercial startup companies. source: esa.int Since July 2003, there are over 65 startups that have been developed throughout Europe with thousands of new high tech jobs created due to applications of space systems, development of ESA intellectual properties and space technologies transfers. On average, there are more than 150 startups that are taken up early at ESA BICs. source: esa.int Currently … Continue reading European Space Agency Business Incubation Centres
source: Infostellar.net Infostellar, founded by Naomi Kurahara is one of those NewSpace startups that I truly respect. Infostellar is very much values-based and about its people. Their focus is very much on the talents of their people and also utilising their talents to tackle complex problems. Everyone is an active player in the team. Their focus is on team integrity and in working together to tackle the challenges they are facing. According to Forbes, Infostellar wants to build a worldwide ground station network with the aim of sharing antennas on a global platform. With more and more satellite launches, CEO … Continue reading What makes Infostellar successful?