What’s new this week?

New funding opportunities created by Covid-19

Michael Lints, Partner at Golden Gate Ventures on the new funding opportunities Covid is creating. As we see new companies that didn’t exist just a few months ago start emerging.

 Why the UK’s space industry is so important?


In Case You Missed It …

What’s behind one of today’s biggest beverages?

We focus on whisky, taking an inside look at what drives the industry, from makers and investors, to bar owners, connoisseurs, and even counterfeiters. Find out this holiday season in our new series – Business of Booze: Whisky

What’s new this week?

New funding opportunities created by Covid-19

Michael Lints, Partner at Golden Gate Ventures on the new funding opportunities Covid is creating. As we see new companies that didn’t exist just a few months ago start emerging.

Why the UK’s space industry is so important?


In Case You Missed It …

What’s behind one of today’s biggest beverages?

We focus on whisky, taking an inside look at what drives the industry, from makers and investors, to bar owners, connoisseurs, and even counterfeiters. Find out this holiday season in our new series – Business of Booze: Whisky

Featured Events

These exclusive interviews were recorded live during the Global Space and Technology Convention 2020

Join Zee Zheng Co-founder & CEO, SpaceChain, on the huge potential of blockchain – in Outer Space. Where one of the newest, and most promising applications is using blockchain as the legal framework for fractional satellite ownership. Opening up all new collaborative models for decentralised arrays of satellites with multiple owners, all seamlessly sharing data and resources. What does that mean? Potentially everything from SMEs getting into the space race, to developing countries finally having fractional ownership of their own critical space assets.


with Steve Young on the impact micro satellites can have in Space. Now it’s becoming economically viable for commercial companies to build their own and launch them.


with Alex Herz on the rapidly evolving nature of satellites and how it’s drastically changing the way we see the world. As we transition away from big, low earth orbiting satellites, to smaller, cheaper satellites that enable entirely new business models.


with Graham Peters on how post- Brexit has impacted the UK’s space industry with the new government giving more attention to them.

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