Start-ups in the ICT and space technology sectors are invited to participate in the 10th edition of Luxembourg's acceleration programme Fit 4 Start. Successful candidates will benefit from 16 weeks of personalised coaching and grants of up to €150,000.
The project will provide UN member states with ad hoc expertise in drafting national space legislation and national space policies aligned with international space law.
NASA and the Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) will explore different areas to identify collaboration opportunities. LSA will also cooperate with the German Aerospace Centre on research related to space resources utilisation.
Over time, the objective is to expand the centre further in collaboration with the European Space Agency and give it a European and even international scope.
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FIT 4 START 9 - Thank you and congrats!
Ten ICT start-ups, five companies in the healthtech sector and five in space tech were admitted into Luxembourg’s renowned acceleration programme Fit 4 Start at the Pitching & Graduation Day on 3 October. The biggest ever cohort of participants will benefit from intensive coaching, free access to co-working facilities and a subsidy of up to €150,000.
Fit 4 Start - Cedric Spaas, CEO of Arspectra
“We chose Luxembourg for the central location and potential to grow.”