The Space Ventures Investors (SVI) Strategy

The Strategic Space Value Chain is a tool to plot a space investing portfolio.

SVI has one specific business model: Invest in space commerce companies.
SVI is not a Venture Capital Fund for space companies, nor is it a financial institution (like a lender).
SVI may invest directly, or be a match-maker; bringing individuals, companies or syndicates into an investment.
SVI is based in Europe, is internationally focussed, and the people and companies that invest in SVI understand the overall strategy.

"Similar to the enterprise infrastructure layer to support new (e.g. I.T., cloud) applications, novel enabling technologies have emerged to support the space 2.0 ecosystem."
Forbes - How To Win Big Investing In The Space 2.0 Boom

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How to participate

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Space Ventures Investors: Defining a Strategic Space Value Chain

The Strategic Space Value Chain is any commercial space related business between earth and geo-synchronous orbit, focussed on low earth orbit and smaller satellites, and also includes long term commerical operations on the Moon and Near Earth Asteroids.
Well established aerospace and space companies have the expertise, sometimes government funding, and proven technology, for billion dollar space infrastructure like launch services and communications satellites. While the goal of SVI is to be at that level in 10 years, currently the focus is on ambitious entrepreneurs and accessible technology that can open up space as a commercial market.

Our Focus for Investing

Space Companies and Space Startups

Low Cost Launch for Europe / MENA / Asia Pacific

  • Sub-Orbital; CubeSat and Small Satellites
  • Orbital (Satellites), up to 2 tonnes: Scale up to compete / disrupt established players

Making CubeSats and Small Satellites

  • CubeSats, ~10x10x10cm and NanoSats for research (e.g. Universities), hardware testing, space start-ups, space entrepreneurs
  • Small Satellites (~100kg); adaptable to carrying payloads for
  • Earth Observation (border and marine surveillance, environmental monitoring
  • Internet of Things: Secure Data and Communications
  • Increasingly sophisticated; Can maintain and potentially change orbits, therefore working for multiple clients

Data, Mass-market B2B / B2C and Niche uses

  • From satellites for environmental monitoring, imagery, surveillance
  • Data in space; the next ‘step up’ where Big Data meets Space 2.0

Mature Space Companies and Space Startups

A Space Stocks Portfolio is based on:

  • Satellites; Makers, Owners and Operators
  • Large Aerospace Companies
  • Small-Medium Aerospace Companies
  • Space Technology
  • Space 2.0
  • Space Company IPOs

The portfolio of space equities is further split up into two categories:

  • Large and Small to Medium Market Capitalisation: Various Aerospace / Tech / Space stocks create a risk-averse and technologically balanced space portfolio
  • Small to Medium Market Capitalisation: Lower market cap (<$1bn) offer more potential, and cna be well positioned for new opportunities, e.g. Internet of Things Infrastructure via Low Earth Orbit Satellites

Cilck here for more detailed informaiton about our Space Stocks Portfolio selection.

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