On the ground at London Tech Week

What happens when more than 30 innovative Aussies descend on London Tech Week? Incredible possibilities, that’s what.  The Startup Catalyst Mission to London Tech Week is in it’s fourth year, and this is the biggest cohort yet, with over 30 Aussie founders, investors, government personnel and others, including a dedicated female founders stream which (as has been commented on numerous times) gives our delegation 50:50 representation, and the best cross-section of Australian talent yet.

Exodus Space Systems owes particular thanks to our sponsor, the WA government Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation, which has supported Exodus to come on this mission, along with 4 other WA-based companies: Power Ledger , Jugglr , Bankvault and The Volte , each a leader in their respective spaces.

We’ve been to functions at Australia House, the Google UK offices, and several co-working spaces including Huckletree Shoreditch, Techhub London, Rocketspace, Catapult, Plexal.  We’ve had events organised by London Tech Week hosts London and Partners, the UK Department of International Trade (which has representatives in each Australian state), as well as numerous other meetings on the side, especially beneficial as all the founders can compare notes on our various companies’ development.  It’s an incredibly positive vibe, to say the least.

It will take much more time to process all the extraordinary discussions that have happened so far, but speaking personally (Mike) I have to say this has clarified so many of the questions that I had – and that any company going through seed stage funding will have  – about the goals Exodus will have to achieve, and the order in which we need to achieve them.   For early stage startups, coming on a mission like this cannot be recommended highly enough.

More to come later, but suffice to say Exodus is incredibly proud to have been selected to attend this trip, and with the responses we have received to our pitch and our plans to solve the space debris problem, we’re sure it will be be a spring board for even bigger things to come!

Author: mikelepage

Co-Founder and Lead Designer for Exodus Space Systems

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