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Seraphim Space Camp / SPRINT Research Commercialisation Workshop

SPRINT has teamed up with Seraphim Space Camp Accelerator (spacecamp.vc) to support entrepreneurial researchers at universities on their research commercialisation journeys.

Are you utilising space technologies or data in your research? Do you have an innovative idea for a new business bringing space technologies or data down to earth? This could include upstream technologies, downstream services for any sector and enabling technologies (such as quantum, drones, robotics, AI etc…).

The research commercialisation workshop is an opportunity for you to find out more about Seraphim Capital, their Space Camp and the Space Camp Fellowship programme. You can also book to have a 1:1 session with the Space Camp team, to be held straight after the workshop, to discuss your own research and technology commercialisation interests in more detail.

The workshop will be held online starting at 14:00 on Wednesday 27th January 2021 – you can register using this Eventbrite link.

 

About the Seraphim Space Camp Fellowship Programme

Space Camp is the UK’s first dedicated accelerator programme for start-ups in the SpaceTech industry. Launched by Seraphim Capital, the world’s only venture capital fund specialising exclusively in SpaceTech investment, Space Camp is backed by both the UK and European Space Agencies as well as by corporate partners such as Dentons, Airbus and Cyient.

The next Space Camp is due to kick-off in March. 2021 and the team are looking for entrepreneurial researchers to join their Fellowship Programme.

The Space Camp Fellowship Programme is a condensed version of the Seraphim Space Camp Programme that looks to support Founders at the beginning of their journey by:

  • helping build the ambition of raising a Series A into the foundations of their business
  • demonstrating what the path to Series A investment looks like
  • extending the Seraphim offering beyond the Space Camp cohort to a broader pool of SpaceTech start-ups
  • showing what a larger corporate is interested in when it comes to startups and innovation
  • helping individuals to understand how to commercialise their ideas and how they can turn them into an investable proposition

Space Camp’s definition of SpaceTech is very broad and includes both upstream technologies, downstream services for any sector and enabling technologies (such as quantum, drones, robotics, AI etc…). The Seraphim Portfolio Overview will give you an idea of the types of technologies and services of interest. If you are not sure then join the workshop anyway.