GSE Launches Pilot Space Digital Accelerator With International Space University
July 17, 2017, Graffenstaden, France. In an effort to accelerate innovation within the space industry, the Global Startup Ecosystem will feature the pilot digital accelerator for students at International Space University and Singularity University. The accelerator program begins with a full series boot camp covering ideation, product development, marketing, customer acquisition, and funding. The full-length accelerator program on July 18-20, 2017 will feature keynotes from astronauts, investors, experts, leading entrepreneurs and researchers connected to the Space ecosystem.
“The future is digital, so startup ecosystems and innovators need to prepare such virtual innovation, by taking advantage of programs like this one” says Christine Souffrant Ntim, “we launched digital accelerators for entrepreneurs to grow new innovative initiatives that helps both non traditional people and space innovators access global influencers within the Space industry which ultimately closes the resource gap”.
The pilot accelerator program on July 17, 2017 will be live streamed at NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley and at International Space University. This program is the first of its kind for Space Innovators: galvanizing entrepreneurs, global thought leaders, investors, and researchers to accelerate innovation and participation in the Commercial Space era.
About: Space Startup Ecosystem centralizes information about of the Space entrepreneurial community and is a subsidiary of Global Startup Ecosystem. Global Startup Ecosystem provides digital programs for startup ecosystems in emerging regions around the world including- Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Middle East, America, Europe, and Latin America. The organization provides data insights and pipeline applications for regional programs such as accelerators, incubators, and startup event organizers.
About: The International Space University was founded as an international institution of higher learning, dedicated to the development of outer space for peaceful purposes through international and multidisciplinary education and research programs