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What if the next great breakthrough in medicine isn't on planet Earth? Unprecedented access to orbit coupled with the rapid development of advanced micro-technologies, robots and entrepreneurial ideas are driving a new era in space. Dr. Julia Aebersold, manager of the Nano Technology Center (MNTC) cleanroom at the University of Louisville; Twyman Clements, President and CEO of Lexington-based Space Tango; Jay Gallentine, a space historian focusing primarily on unmanned planetary exploration; and Michelle Lucas, who spent more than 10 years at NASA’s Johnson Space Center as an International Space Station Flight Controller and Astronaut Instructor, came together to discuss a new era of space exploration. IdeaFestival Uncut brings you IdeaFestival presentations in their entirety.
An evening of insightful 'to and fro' conversation with proven space entrepreneurs who are leading advances in the global space markets with new services, products, and technologies and all with deep ISU connections. Panelists include: Chris Stott (Moderator) Jeffrey Manber Michael Potter Will Marshall Recorded June 23, 2015 by Kevin Price, WOUB.
Entrepreneurs are driving a new wave of growth in the space industry. Leading entrepreneurs from the ISU community will discuss the 'ins and outs' starting a new company in the space industry and the lessons they have learned as they've worked to build their ventures. Moderator: Chris Stott Panelists: - Wade Larson, UrtheCast - Brian Rishikof, Odyssey Space Research - Chris Sallaberger, Canadensys - Chris Stott, ManSat
Moderator: Christopher Stott Panelists: Brian Rishikof, Meidad Pariente, Adil Jafry, Yonathan Winetraub An evening of insightful 'to and fro' conversation with proven space entrepreneurs who are leading advances in the global space markets with new services, products and technologies and all with deep ISU connections. #isunet #OurSpaceOurTime #isu_ssp Operated by SSP17 Ops team.
Moderator: Chris Stott (CEO, ManSat LLC, MSS96) Panelists: Meidad Pariente (CEO, Sky and Space), Daniel Rockberger (Co-Founder, NSL Comm and SkyFi), Michael Potter (CEO, Paradigm Ventures, and Co-Founder, ESPIRIT Telecom). An evening of insightful ‘to and fro’ conversation with proven space entrepreneurs who are leading advances in the global space markets with new services, products and technologies and all with deep ISU connections. Through this session, participants will learn about professional experiences of entrepreneurs in the space world. Speakers will share a very specific and personal outlook on their field of expertise.
We concluded the 2013 IR Annual Conference with a panel discussion on entrepreneurship. Our high profile panels shared experiences, discussed entrepreneurial ways of thinking and the attributes needed for success. Nic Rixon nicrixon.com Duncan Cheatle preludegroup.co.uk/ supper-club.net/ Emma Jones enterprisenation.com/ Itzik Amiel itzikamiel.com/ eyerongroup.com/
Next Generation Enterpreneurs Panel at the Disrupt Space Summit 2016 featuring: Julien Tallineau - Founder of SpaceView Patrick Neumann - Founder and CEO of Neumann Space Wendy Mensink - Co-founder and CDO of Viridian Raven Daniel Faber - CEO of Deep Space Industries Krzysztof Kanawka - Co-founder and CEO of Blue Dot Solutions And moderated by Candace Johnson - President of the European Business Angels Network.
According to Euromoney & AT Kearney estimates, the food retail market in the GCC will reach $106B in 2017. Meanwhile, digital companies have stepped in to revolutionize this space: through food delivery, grocery and ingredient delivery, restaurant management software, home-made food marketplaces, all the way to customer service bots and in-store interactive technologies. The most aggressive growth internationally and domestically has been in the food ordering and delivery space through acquisition sprees by Rocket Internet (acquired Talabat, Carriage, 24h.ae, Hungerstation) and side businesses entering the space (UberEats and Zomato Delivery). ArabNet Business Intelligence has identified more than 120 startups in the food services and delivery space across MENA. Kuwait’s Savour Ventures ha...
Young entrepreneurs Fujia Chen and Julian Jantke talk about their start-up, Oxford Space Structures. With the support of Oxford's Saïd Business School and the European Space Agency (ESA) Business Incubation Centre at Harwell Oxford, they are developing a travel cot using ESA's intellectual property.
http://StartupGetaway.co is a co-working and co-living space for passionate entrepreneurs. We provide you with everything you need so you can focus on getting things done! Shopping, cooking, cleaning, laundry, Internet & office space, bedrooms, swimming pool and more!
Citizens in space. Micro-satellites. Mining asteroids. SU Co-Founder Peter Diamandis anchors a lively segment with Bob Richards, Founder & CEO of Moon Express Inc., Chris Lewicki, President & CEO of Planetary Resources, and Erika Wagner, Business Development Manager at Blue Origin, to show how widespread space exploration and even colonization may soon be within our grasp. Connect with us: http://su.org/summits/su-global-summit https://www.facebook.com/suglobalsummit/ https://twitter.com/su_globalsummit About Global Summit: Converging technologies are accelerating human progress and creating unexpected opportunities at an unfathomable pace. Each year, SU Global Summit brings together a world-class collection of thinkers, leaders and doers to help redefine the future of business, technolo...
The Africa Platform 2010 focused on the SME finance gap (the "Missing Middle"), featuring expert panels of investors, intermediaries and entrepreneurs discussing the challenges and innovations of operating within this space. The theme of Africa Platform 2010, stemed from SACCA's role in supporting the Missing Middle Initiative, launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The Missing Middle represents the segment of capital which is larger than microfinance, yet smaller than institutional financing, and is largely absent in emerging markets. Financing targeted at small to medium enterprises (SMEs) is the next wave of capital development following microfinance, with the potential to create significant social impact as well as competitive market rate returns.
Where are the opportunities? What markets and segments are tech entrepreneurs going after right now and why? Are there unique challenges for startups in this space? Albert Wenger, Union Square Ventures (Keynote Speaker) Fiona Murray, MIT (Panel Moderator) Cynthia Breazeal, MIT Stephane Kasriel, Upwork Alex “Sandy” Pentland, MIT IDE Daniela Rus, MIT
Welcome to the Global Summit on Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Employability! What does it take to make it as an entrepreneur? Is entrepreneurship something you are born with, or something you can develop? Listen to Susan Harmsworth, CEO, ESPA, Mei Zhang, Founder, Wild China, Rafael Micha, Chief Marketing Officer, GRUPO Habita, and Sébastien Tondeur, CEO, MCI share their reflections. If you enjoyed this video, subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1s6rulV And if you're interested in more videos on 'Les Roches Global Summit on Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Employability' like this one, check out our following YouTube playlist: http://bit.ly/1vJ9kLn Our YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/LesRochesCast Les Roches official website: http://www.lesroches.edu Les Roches 60th anni...
As design breaks out of its role as an aesthetic amenity, so too will the role of designers in business evolve and change, especially given the strategic and competitive advantage that design-led thinking provides. Half a decade into the first wave of high-profile design entrepreneurs such as Airbnb, Kickstarter and Pinterest, this panel brings together trailblazers in the design world responsible for inspiring, establishing, and leading today’s most exciting designer-led businesses. With an emphasis on smaller and early stage businesses, as well as the importance of diversity within the design discipline, this dynamic group will tackle the question of if it’s a better or worse climate for designers to be entrepreneurs today compared to 5 years ago and share their insights on what it takes...
Dave Mosher, Science and Technology Correspondent, Business Insider; Dr. Sean Casey, Co-Founder and MD, Silicon Valley Space Center (SVSC); Jennifer Lopez, Technology Lead, Center for the Advancement of Science In Space (CASIS) Space Apps NYC Hackathon April 29-30 2017 https://spaceapps.nyc Twitter #newspacecity https://twitter.com/hashtag/NewSpaceCity More video: http://bit.ly/2p30vyE
These are a series of short clips from a talk on space entrepreneurship by Scott Tibbitts, Executive Director of the Center for Space Entrepreneurship, and founder of Starsys Research Corporation, including experiences in the development of an aerospace company.
A Dream To Space 《The Entrepreneurs》 “3D printing rocket? Is he crazy?” This is how people think about Nadir Bagaveyev, the CEO of Bagaveyev Rocket Company, who use the technology of 3D printing to build the engines and components. “I just like to look up,” he said, “I have a powerful dream, and I have been following it for a long time.” A story of a young man who has been following his dream, and trying all he can to inspire the whole world. “Let’s aim for space, moon, and stars, instead of sitting here like frogs in a little pond.” Red Cube Production is a cross-border one-stop shop that provides social video marketing and public relations services to early-stage companies. At Red Cube, we specialize in Video Production, Public Relation, Design ( logo / web / UIUX ) and Crowdfunding. We...
AUB Stanford WiDS 2017 Entrepreneurship Panel Ms. Fadwa Mohanna – Markelligent, UAE Ms. Siroun Shamigian – Kamkalima, Lebanon Ms. Priscilla Elora Sharuk – MYKI, Lebanon Ms. Lubna Rashid – The Technical University of Berlin, Germany
There’s a new space race. In the Mojave desert, SPACE INVADERS follows entrepreneurs and young dreamers as they scramble to get out into the cosmos. Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: http://econ.trib.al/rWl91R7 Future Works features the people doing tomorrow’s jobs today. The series examines the impact of new technology in creating new jobs—and transforming existing ones. It looks beyond the gadgets to reveal what it’s like to work in the emerging industries of the future. See more films in the Future Works series: http://salesforcefutureworks.films.ec... Check out Economist Films: http://films.economist.com/ Check out The Economist’s full video catalogue: http://econ.st/20IehQk Like The Economist on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEconomist/ Follow The E...
The panel will feature short talks by the panelists, followed by an interactive discussion with the audience. The topics range from fundraising and incubation of startups to technology challenges in the wireless and AI/ML space. Moderators: Sanjay Shakkottai | Professor, Univ. of Texas at Austin Sriram Vishwanath | Professor, Univ. of Texas at Austin Panelists: Ayan Acharya | Technical leader, Cognitive Scale Sandeep Bhadra | Partner, Vertex Ventures Vidur Bhargava | CTO, M87 Bob Daniels | Co-founder and Vice President of Technology, PHAZR Chris Slaughter | Entrepreneur in Residence, Capital Factory