NASA iTech doesn't invest government dollars in its stellar innovators. Instead, the program seeks to work with forward thinking investors who will help review companies, participate in forums, and consider investing in the technologies that NASA believes it will someday utilize. The innovations that come through NASA iTech are game-changing and range from early-stage to late-stage. We highly value the input of our investor community and welcome you to join us.
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Investment Panel at NASA iTech Cycle III Forum in Hartford, CT
Moderator: Tom Flake, NASA iTech
Participants: Richard Godwin, President at Space Technology Holdings LLC and Venture Partner in Starbridge Venture, Robert Weigend, Caelus Partners LLC, and Andy Bair from Sway Ventures.
Remarks by Richard Godwin at NASA iTech Cycle III Forum in Hartford, CT
Richard Godwin, President at Space Technology Holdings LLC and Venture Partner in Starbridge Venture
Day One Ventures
Caelus Partners LLC
Lockheed Martin Ventures
NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate
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