Project #1

Project #1 is to fulfill the requirements and enter the contest created by the Space Frontier Foundation:  2013 NewSpace Business Plan Competition

We’ve outlined a six-phase plan which addresses this aspect of the competition…

Space-scalable: Technologies primarily developed to solve problems here on Earth for commercial benefit and profit, but are also scalable to solve key long range space problems when the demand ultimately exists, to help make the settlement of the space frontier a reality. This could include biotechnology, nanotechnology, mining tech, medicine, radiation mitigation, smart materials, alternative energy, or next-gen IT hardware, among many other possibilities.” ~BPC

This page is an aid to seek out participants.

Keep this in mind as well: “Irrespective of niche, applicants must be able to explain why their product or service helps with the economic development of space.” ~Ibid.

If this sounds like something you might like to be part of, please get in touch now! The deadline is fast approaching.

The rewards could prove quite profitable. You’ll definitely gain some experience and meet others in this emerging industry.  While you are awaiting a reply, please visit and begin to learn all that you can there.  That is one of the tools we are using.

Ad Astra per Guile!

Pam Hoffman | | EverydaySpacer at gmail dot com | 773-775-TREK (8735)

3 Responses to Project #1

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  2. Pam Hoffman says:

    Our basic concept for the core project of ‘Phase One’ in the overall plan, which is a good focus for the SFF Contest, is to encourage and reward anyone in the world to play space related games, launch a PongSat, start a business to support space efforts, attend a space lecture or conference, and much more; then report their accomplishments to a social media type membership website.

    Think scouting, “The Last Starfighter” and edutainment, blended together; to develop the human potential to do everything it takes to travel off world, then out to the stars.

    The book: “Wishcraft: How to Get What You Really Want” is our source for planning to win the goals.

    We’re making great progress!

    Pam Hoffman | |

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