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Global Space Innovation Conference (GLIC 2015)
June 23, 2015 @ 12:00 am - June 25, 2015 @ 12:00 am UTC+0
GLOBAL SPACE INNOVATION CONFERENCE (GLIC 2015)
“From Government Programs to Entrepreneurial Actions”
23 – 25 JUNE 2015, MUNICH, GERMANY.
GLIC 2015 is co-organized by the IAF, the German Aerospace Center (DLR), the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology. The conference venue will be the famous Munich Residence Palace.
The conference is the latest in the IAF’s highly successful thematic “Global Series”, which began with the Global Lunar Conference (GLUC) in 2010 (Beijing, China), followed by the Global Exploration Conference (GLEX) in 2012 (Washington, US), and the Global Space Applications Conference (GLAC) in 2014 (Paris, France).
The primary goal of the Global Space Innovation Conference (GLIC 2015) is to provide to governments, space agencies, industries and entrepreneurs a high-level forum for exchange of experiences in innovation management and technology transfer. GLIC 2015 will be an exclusive networking event that highlights, investigates and discusses the key factors that enable successful space industry innovation and technology transfer to entrepreneurs. The conference will feature prominent individuals from the international space field as speakers and panelists discussing the major influencing dimensions of entrepreneurship and new venture creation.
GLIC 2015 will feature an exhibition, keynote speeches including a CTO conversation, and six thematic plenary panel sessions:
Panel 1. The View from Entrepreneurs
Panel 2. Socioeconomic Environment for Entrepreneurs
Panel 3. Entrepreneurial Education and Training
Panel 4. Non-Financial Assistance for Venture Creation
Panel 5. Financial Support for Venture Creation
Panel 6: Policies and Laws for Entrepreneurship
A ‘Results and Recommendations’ session will summarise the findings of the panels. There will also be networking and side events during the 3-day programme, including a ‘Space Up’ event for young professionals and students.