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Five reasons why you need to go to TC Sessions: Space

A galaxy of opportunity awaits you at TC Sessions: Space 2022 on December 6 in Los Angeles. Sounds corny? Sure. But is it true? Absolutely. Some of the space industry’s great visionaries, founders, scientists, engineers and investors will gather for a full day dedicated to expanding humanity’s presence in the final frontier.

During interviews, panel discussions and breakout sessions, you’ll hear them share the latest thinking, trends and technology — and they’ll discuss where to find exciting opportunities within the new space economy.

Be in the room: Buy your pass today, and tap into the cutting edge of opportunity in space.

Need more reasons to get down off that fence? We’ve got you covered:

1. Speakers par excellence

We have quite an array of brilliant minds taking the stage at this event. Here’s just a sample, so be sure to study the full agenda to make the most of your time at the show.

  • Frank Calvelli, Assistant Secretary, Air Force for Space Acquisitions and Integration
  • Emily Henriksson, Principal, Root Ventures
  • Christopher A. Solee, Acting Director of the Capability and Resource Integration Directorate (J8), United States Space Command

2. Break out your questions

Our smaller breakout sessions allow time for Q&A, and here’s just one topic that we reckon will generate plenty of questions.

ISAM: A Commercial Linchpin for the New Space Economy: Large-scale commercial investments will dominate the next wave of space innovation, including commercial space stations in low Earth orbit (LEO) and technologies that will enable a permanent human presence on the moon. The United States has issued a national policy for developing In-space Servicing, Assembly, and Manufacturing (ISAM) capabilities that can operationally sustain the new space economy with efficiency and scale. Led by Carolyn Mercer, chief technologist at NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, this session encourages participants to roll up their sleeves, break past the 411 on ISAM, and get practical advice on how to stimulate ISAM capability development.

3. Shooting-star startups

Be sure to make time to meet the early-stage startups exhibiting their tech and talent at the show. Whether you’re looking for investment candidates, a new gig, potential customers, or collaborators, be sure to get to know these rising stars and what they offer. Here’s a sneak peek at a few of them.

4. Galaxy-class networking

TC Sessions: Space is ripe with networking opportunities, and our event app is the perfect tool to help you find people who align with your goals, schedule meetings and make genuinely valuable connections. Case in point: Engaging with people who can help you navigate the complexities of government funding for commercial space projects.

5. A space pitch-off

Ever meet a founder or an investor who doesn’t like a pitch-off? Neither have we! Don’t miss the chance to watch some of the most exciting early-stage space founders take the stage in front of a live audience. They’ll pitch their tech to this panel of expert VCs: Jory Bell (Playground Global), Mark Boggett (Seraphim Space), Tess Hatch (Bessemer Venture Partners) and Emily Henriksson (Root Ventures).

That’s five out-of-this-world reasons to set course for TC Sessions: Space 2022 in Los Angeles on December 6. Buy your pass, and get ready to explore for opportunities to help you build a better business among the stars.

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source: TechCrunch