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Apply Now for Innosphere's Fall 2018 Entrepreneur Programs

Posted: July 18, 2018

Innosphere accelerates the success of high-impact science and technology-based Startup and Scaleup companies in Colorado. With 20 years of experience, Innosphere’s proven model has supported hundreds of companies in reaching their key milestones.

The startup and scaleup programs focus on ensuring companies are investor-ready, connecting entrepreneurs with experienced advisors, making introductions to corporate partners, exit planning, accelerating top line revenue growth, and so much more!

Companies entering the cohort program are supported by not only their Innosphere liaison, but also work with former C-level executives, experienced staff, and industry-specific advisors.

The first part of the program focuses on developing a personalized plan around these key focus areas: Raising Capital; Financial and Exit Planning; Talent Acquisition; Operational Excellence; Growth Strategies and Business Development.

For a Startup company: A common graduation goal is becoming investor-ready and securing the company’s first round of funding. The graduation event could also be generating revenue, entering into a strategic partnership with a corporate, or growing sales.

For a Scaleup company: A graduation goal may be to accelerate growth in sales. While this goal can seem simple, it's more complex when considering hiring sales talent, investing in product development, and raising the capital needed to scale. We help you untangle these issues and focus on the key areas that will drive results for your business!

This Week's News: Immunocept Medical Products Graduates
Innosphere is excited to announce that client company Immunocept Medical Products met their graduation goal this week of achieving a successful acquisition! The company was acquired by CytoPher, and the acquisition will ensure a synergistic approach to branding, manufacturing and customer call points. We’re excited that this merger enables the immediate launch of Immunocept’s FDA-cleared blood filter, creating revenues and early brand recognition for the family of products to solve several real-world problems.

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Innovation and Opportunity Conference: Advancing Aerospace and Defense

Posted: July 16, 2018

Innovation and Opportunity Conference: Advancing Aerospace and Defense 
November 7-8, 2018
Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center

Producing Partners:

In Partnership with:

Save November 7-8th for a two-day conference bringing together NASA experts, small businesses, startups, and large businesses/prime contractors in a technology and commercialization event. The Innovation and Opportunity Conference provides opportunities for companies at every stage of innovation, from those just starting out with a great idea, to experienced innovators looking to expand and actively participate in tomorrow’s aerospace and defense.

Seed. Connect. Grow.

  • Hear about NASA Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs, interact directly with NASA experts and learn how to participate
  • Learn and connect with large businesses’ advanced development/research development priorities and projects
  • Participate in multiple opportunities to connect with multiple federal agencies and primes, including two full days of matchmaking and 1-on-1 sessions

Registration opens August 2018. Sign up to be notified of program and registration updates –

Exhibit and Sponsorship opportunities available.

Questions? Contact Tobey Jackson at [email protected] or 703.264.7570 or Sharon King at [email protected] or303.442.1475 x 3.


Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine Reaching Colorado's Youth

Posted: July 16, 2018

Have you seen the most recent edition of the Colorado Aerospace STEM MagazineClick here to view!

The CO Aerospace Magazine is distributed to every school district within the state to encourage students to consider entering into Aerospace and STEM industries when they are able to join the workforce. Colorado has the second largest aerospace industry within the country and the aim of the magazine is to continue the growth of the industry as well as strengthen it with motivated young people who see the importance of Aerospace and STEM.

This magazine touches far and wide and benefits so many youngsters, Montrose Superintendent, Stephen Schiell explains, “We are very excited about the publication you provide! In fact, we distribute this magazine to our staff twice each month in our communications. We embed this with our ALL STAFF updates in one communication, and once again specifically to our principals and secretaries.”

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of engaging Colorado’s future aerospace fanatics! 
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact [email protected].

The CO Aerospace STEM Magazine would not be possible without the help from our sponsors!

Current Sponsors:



Lockheed Martin Tests 3D Printed Satellite Fuel Tank

Posted: July 16, 2018

Lockheed Martin has completed the final rounds of quality testing of a titanium tank built using 3-D printing technology to store fuel on board satellites.

The test was conducted to demonstrate the high tolerance and repeatability of the tank, which includes two 3D printed domes that serve as caps,and a variable-length, traditionally-built titanium cylinder that forms the body.

The domes were built at Lockheed’s facility in Denver, Colorado, US, using Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing.

With a 46-inch diameter, the high-pressure tank is the largest 3D printed object produced by Lockheed.

The product of a multi-year development programme, the technology has enabled Lockheed to reduce the total delivery timeline of the tanks from two years to three months.

The cost of the satellite and schedule to build the domes has also been reduced by 50%.

Lockheed Martin Space executive vice-president Rick Ambrose said: “We self-funded this design and qualification effort as an investment in helping our customers move faster and save costs.

“These tanks are part of a total transformation in the way we design and deliver space technology. We’re making great strides in automation, virtual reality design and commonality across our satellite product line.

“Our customers want greater speed and value without sacrificing capability in orbit, and we’re answering the call.”

The newly printed tank is designed to meet the performance and reliability required by Nasa.

It will be used by Lockheed as a standard product option for its LM 2100 satellite buses.

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Deadline For Advertising In September's Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine Is August 15

Posted: July 16, 2018

The first ever Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine is finally here and we need your support! The monthly e-magazine is free for all educators, students, and parents and is just for Colorado. View the OctoberNovember, and December STEM Magazines. 

There are opportunities for content submission and advertising. The Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine will go out on July 1, 2018. Advertisements must be submitted to [email protected] no later than August 15, 2018.

Sponsorship Available:

$1,100/year - One Full page of advertising space each month and content submission (savings of $1,300!)

Month-to-month: $200/full page advertisement or $100/half page advertisement. 

Interested in a sponsorship? Have more questions? Email: [email protected]

Become A Sponsor

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