Space Angels Network Partners with Swedish Space Accelerator, Space Travel Alliance

LONDON, United Kingdom, August 19, 2014 (Space Angels PR) — Space Angels Network, a global network of seed‐ and early‐stage investors focused on aerospace‐related ventures, and Space Travel Alliance, the region’s first space accelerator, today announced the beginning of a collaborative partnership. Through this partnership both organizations will work together to support early-stage space ventures, connect them with investment capital, and accelerate the growth of the global commercial space industry.

“We are excited to partner with Space Travel Alliance to support the development of new space ventures in Sweden”, said Chad Anderson, Managing Director of Space Angels Network. “Sweden is capitalizing on the opportunities within the emerging commercial space sector. Our partnership will provide access to a new stream of quality deal flow from Scandinavia, which is a region well-poised to be at the forefront of the new space race.”

“Attracting talent and supporting startups is key to the growth of the emerging commercial space industry, which will launch not only spaceships but also new careers and contribute to regional development. We are thrilled to be partnering with Space Angels Network, providing an invaluable network of highly experienced members and investors globally”, says Karin Nilsdotter, CEO of Space Travel Alliance.

About Space Angels Network

Space Angels Network is a professionally managed global network of seed‐ and early‐stage investors focused specifically on aerospace ventures. Space Angels Network members share a common passion for promoting the development of the aerospace industry and related technologies while also earning attractive returns on private investments. For more information, please visit:

About Space Travel Alliance

Space Travel Alliance (STA) is a new Swedish venture aiming to make the dream of space discovery a reality to mankind with the vision to become the premier European space travel company. Operating from Spaceport Sweden, STA will offer commercial suborbital spaceflights for tourism, research, development and education, astronaut training, space adventures and a space accelerator. For more information, please visit;