Growing your space-tech business in the US
Whether your space-tech is in satellites, telecoms, life science, materials or an upstream and downstream technology provider; discover how you can expand in Florida / US in 2019.
Get bespoke free face-to-face advice and guidance from experts from Space Florida, sharing its expertise on the Florida State space ecosystem including –
- Access to R&D partnerships
- Incubation and soft landing programmes
- Access to talent and commercial opportunities
Other space-tech and specialist advisors will cover:
- ITAR regulations
- Market entry and expansion
- Compliance and investment
- Payments and logistics
- R&D tax credits and funding
- Access to UK trade and government agencies and US state trade bodies- including DIT Trade Mission to Washington DC satellite conference May 2019
This event is part of the Florida Chamber of Commerce trade mission to the UK
Meet the expert advisors & mentors:
Workshops run in two-hour slots throughout the day and are organised so that you have a series of one-to-one consultations with select experts relevant to your business needs and international expansion plans. There is also opportunity for peer to peer networking with lunchtime food and refreshments.
Who should attend:
CEOs, founders and senior managers of digital and tech scale-ups looking to expand internationally in the next 3 to 6 months and with turnover in the range £2m to £50m.
Places are limited so early registration is advised. Please note also, attendance is subject to the approval of the organisers who will contact you after you have registered.
About Space Florida
- Headquartered on the Kennedy Space Centre, Space Florida was created through the State to strengthen Florida’s position as a global leader in aerospace research, investment, exploration, and commerce.
- As Florida’s aerospace economic development organization, we are committed to attracting and expanding the next generation of space industry businesses.
- With its highly trained workforce, proven infrastructure and unparalleled record of achievement, we believe Florida is the ideal location for aerospace businesses to thrive – and Space Florida is the perfect partner to help them succeed.
- Companies operating on the space coast such as Future Small Launch, NASA, Boeing, United Launch Alliance, SpaceX, Lockheed Martin, AirbusOneweb, Aerojet Rocketdyne, Moon Express, Astrotech, RUAG and many others across the state.
What to expect from the GTM Workshop Programme:
This workshop is part of the GTM programme which supports mid-market tech/digital companies on their international expansion journeys. By participating in the programme you can expect a mix of the following:
- Advice & guidance from experts in international trade
- Export readiness audits & market research reports
- Access to a network of in-country specialists & trade partners
- Go-to-market strategy development & market expansion planning
- Compliance, regulatory & risk management planning
- In-country distribution, sales & business development services
- Access to overseas EDOs, accelerator programs & government support
- Funding via an international network of investors & VCs
- Curated promotions & offers for businesses transacting overseas
Has more than 950 UK companies as members. Collectively they employ approximately 700,000 people, about half of all tech sector jobs in the UK. These companies range from leading FTSE 100 companies to new innovative start-ups.