Michael asked me to post this on my blog too to get the word out:
At Return to the Moon 2005 I ran a panel where entreprenurial companies or projects that weren’t on the formal agenda could each have five minutes to outline who they were, what they were up to and if there was anything they needed from the audience. Each participant could then take 2 questions from the audience. By the end of the conference we had 17 presentations.
Now I’m going to be doing the same thing at the Space Frontier Foundation’s Conference in Los Angeles on October 21st – 23rd. So, if you are a space entrepreneur, your company is doing the work it takes to be a real company, and you are not on the regular agenda, please drop me a note so I can schedule your 5 minute presentation. Unlike RTTM this one is not limited to lunar businesses. Anyone who is doing business in or with the space industry is encouraged to participate. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This was a really cool opportunity, and I’d encourage anyone with a small space related company that is going to be there to contact him ASAP.
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