The Space Capital diligence process involves a collaborative effort across the Space Capital team and network to develop a 360 degree view of the company, its founders and partners, its customers, its goals, and ultimately its needs.
“It took a few years to recognize, but the biggest step to give me an edge was making an unconscious habit of seeking learning opportunities, particularly if it involved improving a skill aligned with personal areas of interest.”
To prepare for a future where people benefit from space-based technologies, we need to foster a diverse pool of qualified, enthusiastic young people who are inspired by space and have the skills to apply its benefits here on Earth.
“The world has changed - a new way of working has emerged and is here to stay.” This qualitative research assessment from 37 executives and hiring managers from around the world reveals key talent risks that have arrived due to the COVID pandemic.
Space Capital, an early-stage venture capital firm focused on the Space economy, today announces the official launch of Space Talent, the leading online portal for careers in the space industry and its broader ecosystem.
A high functioning board is one of the most valuable resources a founder has. When done right, the board will act as an advocate and partner across a business' lifecycle. Here is curated advice to help you get started.
While space subject matter experts have years of experience under their belt, it doesn’t mean that you can’t learn from them. Our team has put together a list of resources that have helped us learn more about space and the vast opportunities within it. Here are the top 20 resources from books to reports to website and podcasts.
Space Capital is dedicated to advancing diversity and racial equality and we will continue to take steps to do so. We must commit to addressing this issue and make it a priority. The moment to create intentional racial equity in venture capital is now.
Today, Space is a $400B market that touches every aspect of our lives, from location-based services and global finance to weather prediction and agriculture. The next generation of space technology will be responsible for delivering global internet, fighting climate change, and taking humanity to Mars.
In this episode of The Space Capital Podcast, we talk to James Slifierz, CEO of Skywatch. Skywatch makes satellite data more accessible by providing the digital infrastructure and advanced processing algorithms to integrate into any application within minutes.
The space industry is in the midst of a radical transformation. When SpaceX started launching its rockets a decade ago–making it far easier for commercial space startups to enter the market–it triggered a wave of entrepreneurial innovation. Today, Space is a $400B market that touches every aspect of our lives, from location-based services to global finance. The next generation of space technology will be responsible for delivering global internet, fighting climate change, and taking humanity to Mars.
While today's private launch statistics are certainly exciting, it's taken a while for entrepreneurial launch providers to reach such highs. It's worth considering the challenges and pitfalls faced by early private launch pioneers in order to appreciate just how far we've come.