Announcing the agenda for Sessions Space 2021

Announcing the agenda for Sessions Space 2021

Our second dedicated space event will take place on the 14th and 15th of December. This is a two-day live, virtual event including the most influential figures in the space business from the public, private, and defense sectors. We are excited to welcome Peter Beck, the CEO and creator of Rocket Lab, Natalya Bailey, the CEO and founder of Accion Systems, Lisa Callahan, the VP and head of civil space projects at Lockheed Martin, and many others. The event will involve networking, startup exhibitions, and the opportunity to meet with people from all around the world, in addition to the virtual stage’s ceremonies and panel discussions.

An early look at the agenda may be seen below. It’s already going to be a jam-packed two days, but we’ve got a few more surprises in store, so keep an eye on the calendar in the coming weeks for more outstanding speakers and sessions. If you want to be a part of this event, buy a ticket to get exclusive access to watch these sessions live (with video on demand), network with the innovators who are changing the space industry, discover the hottest early-stage companies, learn how to get grants for your space company, recruit talent, or even find a job.

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Announcing the agenda for Sessions Space 2021

Tickets for general admission are just $115. We also provide discounts to organizations, students, active military/government personnel, and early-stage space business founders looking to increase their awareness. Our schedule features some of the industry’s heavyweights, as well as a slew of smaller organizations developing and refuting crucial technology. Look!

In 2021, Rocket Lab will go public, reveal innovative new spacecraft, acquire companies, and more. We will speak with Peter Beck about what the once-dedicated launch firm has evolved into because of all the growth and development.

Astra, Firefly, and Launcher are among a new crop of launch companies chasing behind SpaceX and Rocket Lab. We will hear from them about the prospects in the burgeoning launch industry and they plan to capitalize on them.

Space firms are most dangerous in their early phases. However, some investors are prepared to put their money where their mouth is and write checks to help those businesses get back on their feet. Hear how Space Capital, Techstars, and Assembly Ventures choose their winners from the experts.

There is an art to investing later-stage space companies, especially when the sector’s exit picture is still developing. We will hear from Bessemer Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital, and Hemisphere Ventures on how they determine which businesses are ripe for development.