Tired of the nine-to-five grind? Spacing out at your desk while thinking of launching your own start-up?
It’s time to stop dreaming, buckle up and get ready for lift off towards exciting opportunities in space!
The Space Academy, a new initiative by the EU Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA), is your ticket to creating ground-breaking new apps and disruptive business solutions using the power of the EU Space Programme.
This free online training is open to all individuals, start-ups, entrepreneurs and SMEs who want to learn the ins and outs of building a space application business.
From innovative idea to successful space business
Your training starts with a series of modules that can be followed using your own device and completed when and where you want. The modules are taught by top academics, industry leaders and EUSPA experts, all of whom bring real-world experience to your learning journey.
By covering a specific topic or skill, these modules serve as building blocks for turning your innovative idea into a successful space business. Topics range from the technical details of the EU Space Programme and its various components to practical business skills such as:
• Customer support and sales
• Building a successful team
• Resource allocation
• Business plans and models
• Access to funding
• Intellectual Property, copyrights and data policy
• And much, much more
Pick and choose which modules to follow and tailor your training to your own unique learning needs. Opportunities for Q&As, one-on-one sessions, additional workshops, personalised follow-ups and mentoring may also be available. Once you finish the training, you’ll receive an official certificate of completion from EUSPA.
What are you waiting for? Subscribe to the EUSPA Space Academy today and then it’s 3, 2, 1 lift off to a successful space business!
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