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Register Today For Our Space Café Scotland by Angela Mathis On 29 April 2021

This Space Café Scotland will feature movers and shakers from the Scottish Space Leadership Council in conversation with Angela Mathis, CEO of ThinkTank Maths and a friend of SpaceWatch.Global.

This event will take place on 29 April 2021 at 4:00 pm CEST.

The inaugural Space Café Scotland will feature five key members of Scotland’s collaborative space ecosystem, in conversation with Angela Mathis. With the country manufacturing more small satellites than anywhere outside of California, spaceports and orbital launch vehicles under development, a strong space research community, as well as a thriving downstream data segment and a long history in supporting traditional space missions, Scotland has quietly become a leading European space nation.

The Scottish Space Leadership Council is a collegiate forum that brings together key sector stakeholders across industry, academia and Government on a regular basis for discussions and workstreams. It is a co-ordinating gateway to enable and promote the sector, focusing on tangible outcomes.

From assisting stakeholders across industry and academia to achieve common goals and promote the unique ‘Scotland Offer’ as part of the UK’s space proposition, to collaborating with national and international partners, the Council is a lightning rod for the nation’s space interests. It provides an inclusive platform focused on the delivery of results that promote the development of the sector whilst driving innovation, sustainability and educational outreach, with the aim of achieving co-operative economic growth.

The SSLC members joining Angela to showcase Scotland’s collaborative approach to space and announce the SSLC’s new online presence will be as follows:

This Space Café Scotland will be conducted in English and is brought to you in partnership with strategic space marketing firm, AstroAgency.

SpaceWatch.Global is a Switzerland-based digital magazine and portal for those interested in space and the far-reaching impact of the space sector.

This Space Café Scotland will be conducted in English. Reserve your place today.

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