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Investing Beyond Earth - can CVC be one giant leap for spacetech?
Corporate VC investment permeates through every industry on the planet, and even the atmosphere itself is no barrier. Spacetech is a rapidly growing segment that has massive potential for yielding benefits here on Earth, in orbit and beyond. But what can CVCs bring to the table? And how can they contribute to the growth of an industry whose ultimate aims include making our species interplanetary? Tune in to find out.

Dec 14, 2022 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jonathan Geifman
Co-founder & CEO @Helios
Jonathan Geifman is co-founder and CEO of Helios. Served a decade in the Israeli armed forces, mostly in the Infantry. Founded Helios 5 years ago, with the purpose of enabling a sustainable future, by developing cutting edge alternative processes to refine the metals our civilization requires to maintain its growth pace. Helios has developed a novel process to produce steel, copper, nickel, silicon, titanium and even oxygen on the Moon. Helios’ first mission to the Moon will take place on March 2025, with the goal of demonstrating its oxygen producing technology. A critical step in dramatically reducing the cost of operating in space, that can eventually lead to making mining in space economically viable.
Fernando Moncada Rivera
Senior Reporter @GCV
Fernando Moncada Rivera is a senior reporter at GCV, where he joined in August 2021 after serving as news editor for a publication focused on renewable energy and infrastructure investments and finance. He hosts GCV’s weekly podcast, Global Venturing Review, and has written news and features for a number of other business and finance magazines and publications such as World Finance, The New Economy and European CEO.
Roee Furman
Managing Director @Doral Energy-Tech Ventures
With a global business, consulting, investment and leadership experience, Roee has established and is the Managing Director of Doral Energy-Tech Ventures, the corporate venture capital, technology and innovation of Doral Renewable Energy Group. Roee led strategic agreements with leading universities as well as launched the first energy and climate tech accelerator alongside 8200-Impact and Bank Hapoalim. He also invested in promising Israeli, Europe and US-based startup companies along with leading VCs and CVC firms, several of these start-ups have been listed and Roee is a board member in some of them. Furthermore, Roee partnered with The European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) to launch the "Calling to Scale" program for European and Israeli start-ups in the energy and climate-tech domains.
Daniel Faber
Co-founder & CEO @Orbit Fab
15+ years of space technology leadership. Last 3 years as CEO of Deep Space Industries – building the team, closing millions in financing, and growing sales to ~ $10 million.
Timur Davis
Principal @Munich Re Ventures (MRV)
Timur Davis is a Principal at Munich Re Ventures (MRV) where he leads the ClimateTech and Future of Transportation Investment Sectors and invests in companies solving some of the biggest challenges facing the world. These include strengthening climate resilience, improving sustainability, enabling the energy transition, and creating new paradigms for the movement of people, goods, and data across all domains of transportation. Prior to MRV, Timur was a Principal at Canapi Ventures and Live Oak Ventures, as well as a Senior Investment Manager at Samsung Ventures. Before becoming a venture capitalist, Timur was a strategy consultant, first at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in New York and then at the Samsung Global Strategy Group (GSG) in Seoul, South Korea. In both roles, Timur led consulting engagements focused on growth strategy in a variety of fields including banking, pharmaceuticals, consumer electronics, and enterprise software.