Thanks to over fifty years of national space programs and now in the last decade entrepreneurial pathfinders, Space Commerce is gaining traction.
There are similarities with previous industry cycles, like the dot-com boom, biotech and clean energy, but space as an industry has room for exponential growth.
This is not only because space is massive, but the mandate to explore space, predicated by investing in space from national and private sources, is continuous (absent an economic force majeure).
Investor appetite for space grows as risk is mitigated by new and successful ventures that may have been unfeasible decades or years earlier.
As the space industry grows, there are existing, and new companies, developing business models and technology that require working capital to bring their idea to the space commerce market.
Emerging space companies are founded and staffed by intelligent and passionate scientists and entrepreneurs, but like all good businesses and ventures, capital is required.
Investing Range: From $25k upwards
If you are a High Net Worth Individual, Family Trust or Corporation looking to invest directly in a space company we can help you in finding the right match for your investing expectations, including space business model due diligence, and a tailored investment strategy.
Investing Range: From $100k upwards
Syndicated and pooled investing from High Net Worth Individuals, Family Trusts, Corporations and Private Equity are ideal to fund space companies that require significant capital to get their technology from the drawing board and into orbit.
We can help in matching investors with space companies, including space business model due diligence, and tailored investment strategies.
Our business is to invest in space for a profit. Our shareholders are voters and our scalability and strategy is based on consultation and consensus with our investors.
The mandates to invest in space is growing, in line with high-profile ventures like lower-cost launch services (e.g. SpaceX) and Space Tourism operators (e.g. Virgin Galactic). Under the mainstream media radar are disruptive nanosats and cubesats, that in their hundreds and thousands, and at a fraction of the cost of conventional satellites, can prove to be not only disruptive, but instrumental in opening demand for space commerce to a wider audience:
As lower launch costs, lower hardened for space technology and propulsion costs filter down, plus the ongoing miniaturisation of sophisticated technology, the holy grail of space commerce will be when space goes 'consumer'. That in itself is as an opportunity surprisingly close and has similar traits to the drive in the dot-com and digital era to find the ultimate game changer.
That eventuality is something that we at Space Ventures Investors are planning for, yet in the short to medium term our goals are investing in:
Our internal Space Investment Research has a focus on what current space technology is profitable and what future space technology will be profitable, including adjustable timelines. Some of our ideas are outlined in our Space Commerce Presentation and Space Road Map; The majority of which is our basis for investing in space, how, when and why.
Hedge your investments in space - Advances in hardware, software, plus the rising consumer demand for space applications, is creating an exciting investment opportunity.
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