July 20, 2021 4:56 pm Published by

At Cosmonauts, we pride ourselves in providing an unparalleled networking experience for industry professionals and giving significant exposure to businesses who want to showcase their cutting-edge technology – hence we want to make sure our events are best catered to your needs through your given feedback! 


Therefore when several of our event partners and attendees voiced a preference for a different date, Cosmonauts, after much deliberation and consulting, decided on a date change for your convenience.


Without further ado, we are excited to announce the new dates of the Cosmonauts Tech Week to the 18-21st of October!


The new dates for each Cosmonauts Tech Week Event are as follows:


GAIA: Monday, 18th October 


The GAIA conference will discuss trends, technology, best practice and innovations within topics such as indoor agriculture, meat production, sustainability, open air farming, modernising business models and much more. The event is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in the future of agriculture and business. 


Spacetalks: Tuesday, 19 October 


Bringing together the brightest minds in the industry, government experts and industry professionals, SPACEtalks expects to hold powerful presentations and discussions regarding space tech and the future of the industry. With thought-provoking discussions about space R&I and current trends, this event is for all aerospace-interested individuals.


London IP Week: Wednesday & Thursday, 20-21st October 


The London IP Week is an interactive IP summit filled with networking opportunities over 2 full day conferences with intellectual discussions on the most contemporary trends in the world of IP. If you want to learn more about the world of IP trends from our IP experts – this event is for you!


With this new date in mind, we hope that we can help achieve a higher attendance rate for our Tech Week Events and allow our event partners more time to prepare their insightful content and exciting product demonstrations!

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