Endeavour Space Hub

Your reserved place for ground-breaking spacetech applications

Expanding the impact and adoption of Space Tech

We will bring together Space start-ups, SMEs, entrepreneurs and the IoT ecosystem to increase commercial relevance of the technologies across industrial sectors and accelerate their access to market and to scaling.

Our collaborative ecosystem offers adapted tools and instruments that will position a greater number of space-enabled technologies in industrial markets.

We scout for promising space technologies that can be brought to market from across Europe. Their market relevance will be explored by stakeholders through locally delivered design studios. The ventures with the greatest potential will then be supported through an intensive months acceleration programme that will build the founders capacity and further enable them to build and implement their go to market strategies.

Identify promising tech generated within the European space ecosystem that are susceptible to being used in Industry.

Identify SMEs, tech start-ups and founders who could benefit from space technologies through a range of local activities.

Design and deliver an acceleration programme for early stage space and IoT tech companies.

Facilitate access to innovative financial support to help them consolidate their market offering and grow.

Increase the commercialisation and industry adoption of space tech.

Create a Europe-wide network of Space entrepreneurs.

We are building together with you Europe’s most vibrant ecosystem for space start-ups and SMEs. You will be able to access and share curated opportunities to identify potential investment and funding, new partners, cutting edge tech resources and engage with decision-makers in a dedicated acceleration programme that can take you to international stardome. We will help you build on your strength and desire to be part of a rewarding community where you get to see everything that is happening in the IoT space, while also being noticed.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020  research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 870480