SPACEtalks 3.0 is happening next week! Taking place on April 27th at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, Oxfordshire, UK, SPACEtalks is a space commercialisation conference like no other! It hopes to bring together:
– 30+ speakers
– 50+ industry players
– 150+ in-person attendees
– 250+ people in virtual attendance

As partners and attendees of this pioneering event, we are happy to offer you an exclusive discount on ticket prices. Use the code MEDIA50 to purchase your tickets at a 50% discount!

Attracting some of the brightest minds in the industry, SPACEtalks 3.0 expects to be a day of thought-provoking discussions on and insights into space research and innovation with panels on topics such as:
● Practical steps into making space more inclusive
● Setting up a fair system for sustainable use of space
● The future of in-space and earthly logistics and supply chains

At United Academics, we believe this event will be of great value to you, opening the door to engage with a carefully curated group of key players in the space sector.
With attendees and speakers from industry giants such as the European Space Agency, NASA, UK Ministry of Defence, Space Specialists, and Voyager Space Holdings, there’s no better place to expand your knowledge of the space industry and develop impactful connections and leads than this event!

Tickets are selling fast, so get yours at a 50% discount today.
Just use the code MEDIA50 at the checkout! —>
https://www.spacetalks.biz/event-details/spacetalks-3-0-1
We hope to see you at SPACEtalks next week.

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