StartupWeekend Space will be held a Workshop and Fireside Chat panel on Friday, 18th September. It was an opportunity for participants and invited guests to share specific challenges and they faced in their projects since StartupWeekend Space: Bremen in April where teams generated several space startup concepts.
Out of 11 original teams, 5 are still going strong. The teams will met at ZARM – the Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity at the University of Bremen. Under the framework of StartupWeekend Space, together with the City of Bremen, the day built on their experiences. In particular, it was a chance to assess the day-to-day setting up and running of a business together with a full-time job.
The morning focused on status updates of the teams’ projects, talking about the main concerns or difficulties they have encountered, receiving feedback from the experts and mentors in the audience. A representative from each of the teams participated in the panel where co-lead for SWSpace: Bremen, Magni Johannsson, moderated.
A fireside chat took place in the afternoon – an informal chance for the audience to ask some experts about entrepreneurship topics. These included encouraging work on pre-seed startup ideas and how to get projects off the ground, strategies to help focus efforts within limited resources and seeking service providers for startups. Sebastian D. Marcu, who co-founded Design & Data GmbH and was a co-lead for SWSpace: Bremen, moderated.
Missed SWSpace: Bremen? Don’t worry! A complete recording of the SWSpace: Bremen’s highlights as a Livestream can be viewed here. Also, the second Startup Weekend Space in Europe takes place on 2nd-4th October 2015 in Gdansk, Poland. Check out the event blog and social media on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram together with #SWSpaceGDN for the latest news and announcements.
Connect with StartupWeekend Space at http://startupweekendspace.co/ and on social media with hashtags #BeSpacial and #SWSpace.
StartupWeekend Space: Bremen was supported by the City of Bremen, Airbus Defence and Space, HE-Space, Design & Data, Space Angels Network, ESA, Startupbootcamp Smart Transportation & Energy, Hill Media, Center of Applied Technology and Microgravity (ZARM)and by Up Global, a non-profit organisation with headquarters in Seattle, which connects a global community of enterprises across all topics and is considered as pivot of the space industry.
With so many aspiring entrepreneurs, designers, and developers signed up for Startup Weekend Space Gdansk, the sheer number of faces can be overwhelming for newcomers and veterans alike.
Instead of wasting those precious first hours getting to know the guest list, attending the our awesome party is a great way to familiarize yourself with attendees and relaxing into the almost 72-hour whirlwind.
This party of Startup Weekend Space Gdansk a will be held at PARTY BUSES, where we’ll visit and look around interesting places in 3city (Gdansk, Sopot, Gdynia). During the trip we’ll be drinking beer, drinks and eat tasty snacks! Cooooooool! 😀
The party starts Saturday at 9 p.m. from GPNT.
What places you will see?
1. Gdansk center: The Granary Island, The Old Town and its beautiful architecture.
2. Gdynia center: Gdynia Harbor.
3. Sopot center: Monte Cassino, Sopot Pier (longest wooden pier in Europe) and the party spot.
Who wants feel free to drop off at Sopot and continue party. If you prefer to get back to work/sleep you can go with us back to gdansk (GPNT).
Hope you all enjoy this time! 🙂
We know that you all love suprises <3 that is why we organised exclusive trip to deep water container terminal located in Gdansk where we will see satellite navigation in sea transportation & logistics! How cool is that? 😀 Prepare your cameras, smartphones, GoPros, Instagrams or anything else! 😀
After event registration.
Friday, 02-10, 3 p.m. @ GPNT
DCT Gdansk is Poland’s largest and fastest growing container facility, and the only deep-water terminal in the Baltic Sea Region having direct ocean vessel calls from the Far East. Located in the heart of the Baltic in the Port of Gdansk, DCT is the most Eastern facility in the Gdansk – Le Havre range.
The concept for the deep water container terminal located in Gdansk began in the late 90’s in order to address the ever growing potential of the Baltic’s deep-sea trading routes. DCT Gdansk was selected by the Port of Gdansk to design, construct and operate a new independent deep-sea container port that was aimed to be the largest of its kind in the Baltic.
DCT was the first terminal that attracted direct calls from Asia to the Baltic Sea and is today the destination for the largest vessels in the world departing from China, Korea and other Asian countries. This process initiated a split of the most important shipping trade-lane in the world, Asia – Europe, into Asia – North West Europe and Asia – Baltic.
Can’t wait! See you in GPNT!
Hosted by Gdansk Park Naukowo – Techhnologiczny, the event will challenge interdisciplinary teams from different nations to create space startups in 60 hours in Gdansk.
Startup Weekend is a global grassroot movement of active and empowered entrepreneurs who are learning the basics of founding startups and launching successful ventures. It is the largest global community of passionate entrepreneurs. As of November 2014, over 1,900 events have been held, involving over 150,000 entrepreneurs across more than 500 cities in over 127 countries and over 10,000 startups have been created. (See Startup Weekend trailer)
The second Startup Weekend Space in Europe takes place at the start of World Space Week (4-10 October) an internationally declared celebration of all things space supported by the United Nations. Participants will form teams, formulate space ideas, work intensively on them and finally pitch them to a panel of judges and investors. Teams will be supported by leaders in the global space community: entrepreneurs, academics, policy experts and business leaders. They will mentor and guide teams through these intense three days, making sure these ideas will translate into actual businesses.
For more information about the event visit: http://startupweekendspace.co/ . You can also follow the event on social media on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, together with the hashtags #BeSpacial #SWSpaceGDN
Are you planning to take part of Startup Weekend Space in Gdansk but you don’t know where to sleep during the event? Here are a few important details with a nice discount 🙂
We can provide you with discounted stay at 3city-hostel.pl in the center of Gdansk (250m from the main train station & bus stops) for only 50PLN/person/night 🙂
Use SWSpaceGDN code during booking your stay there.
The Price includes:
- breakfast in form of smorgasbord in the morning;
- hot dinks for 24h;
- 24h reception with tourist information at your disposal;
- WiFi in the whole building;
- acces to computers and common room with TV;
- fully-fitted kitchen;
- PlayStation, pool and table football for free;
- renting of towels, umbrella, iron, ironing board and hair-dryier is also free of charge;
- 3city Hostel is equipped with electrically-closed doors, metal lockers in every room under the beds and 24-hour monitoring system;
- You can pay by credit card
3 city hostel is located in the center of the old town, only 250m from the main railway station, SKM and bus stations.
More info here.
Who is still not decided should be convinced right now!
We reveal that the main prize in Startup Weekend Space Gdansk is a trip to Berlin with Blue Dot Solutions representatives to Satellite Masters conference and Awards Ceremony of Galileo Masters competition.
WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT
Explore cutting-edge space applications at the second Satellite Masters Conference, which will take place from 20-22 October 2015 in Berlin. The event will feature an outstanding blend of conference sessions, workshops, and roundtable discussions centred around leveraging satellite-derived data and other space solutions for business and society.
The Satellite Masters Conference is much more than just a networking event: It is a unique marketplace for sharing ideas on space-based innovation and connecting with the world’s leading network for downstream satellite business.
The conference is geared toward all those looking to benefit from the emerging satellite applications market, from start-ups, SMEs, and researchers to investors, institutional stakeholders, and industry entities.
See you on 20th of October in Berlin!
Last Startup Weekend Space tickets still avaiabile here.