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Venture Capital for Space - Powering the next 10 Years of Australia’s Space Industry

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Space. We’ve only just begun our journey into space exploration. But the industry is growing, and with it come new ideas, new startups, and new technology. So how will we accelerate this growth? We’ll drill-down on how venture capital can power the next 10 years of Australian space industry development. 

Join us for an exclusive and exciting online conversation. Bill Bartee, Founder and General Partner of Main Sequence Ventures, and Enrico Palermo, Head of the Australian Space Agency will explore why and how venture capital and entrepreneurship can accelerate Australia’s goal to triple the size of the Space sector and create up to 20,000 new Australian jobs by 2030. 

In this special online event, we’ll feature: 

Bill and Enrico will discuss expectation management between founders and investors and draw on their respective experiences as investors and operators in Australia and overseas.

The conversation takes place online, open to audiences all across Australia from 4:00-5:00pm Adelaide time (4:30pm-5:30pm Sydney/Melbourne time). 

Attendees will be able to submit questions during the Humanitix sign-up or during the Zoom session.

If you are local to Adelaide, join us at the Stone & Chalk Startup hub in Lot Fourteen for a private in-person viewing of the online event, followed by drinks and networking with Enrico, staff of the Australian Space Agency, attendees and speakers of the 12th Australian Space Forum, and our other sponsors. The in-person event will be subject to Covid health guidelines that are in effect at the time.

The online platform will be Zoom. 

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