It's not all rockets and astronauts.

Like the Internet 20 years ago, Space 4.0 has the potential to create millions of knowledge-based jobs of the future and is emerging as one of the most lucrative industries globally. If we can learn from past mistakes, we can shape a sustainable space industry from the start, instead of going back to fix it later. Cheaper, smaller, faster tech has decentralised the space industry and created a surge of innovation, diversity and commercial growth – paving the way for smaller companies to innovate and disrupt the space industry from anywhere in the world. Although one city or country no longer dominates the space sector, the need for collaboration and cross-pollination of ideas remains.

Space 4.0

Understand the knowledge-based business opportunities in space.

Sustainability First

Start right - shape an industry that puts people and planet first.


Become the business space pioneers and entrepreneurs of the future.

Create the jobs of the future.

Many mainstream jobs today didn’t exist 10 years ago – the same is true for the next 10 years. The questions we ask today will help us create the jobs of tomorrow. How can we harness the power of data generated from space and apply it to practical applications on earth? How can we use law and ethics to control the risk of weaponising space? What can we learn about social impact and apply on Earth and throughout the universe? If the job you want doesn’t exist yet, create it yourself.

Law & Ethics

Who will create regulatory space legislation to deliver the promises of the terms agreed in the Outer Space Treaty (1967)? What frameworks exist to mitigate space debris and light pollution, and to avoid the exploitation of people and space as the sector advances? How will we govern behaviour in the absence of laws?

Social Impact

How can we avoid damaging this planet while exploring others? Can deep space logistics build sustainable supply chains that are people and planet friendly? Are arts & culture critical to humanity and colonisation of space? What does org culture look like in a decentralised workforce and how will this shape talent attraction and retention?


What will the currency of the future be and what financial structures will it need to be reliable, fair and credible? What regulatory landscape is required? Who will invest in creating the jobs of the future? How can profits contribute to local economic development as people move off-planet?

Inspire generations.

We’re on a mission to launch 1 million space entrepreneurs (Spacehackers) and create the knowledge-based jobs of the future in three critical areas: law & ethics, social impact, and finance.

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