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THE COMMERCIAL SPACE REVOLUTION BEGINS!

Come to the DoubleTree Hotel, near the San Jose International Airport on June 10th for an up-close look at the enterprises changing the face of the Space Age. Meet the pioneers and entrepreneurs leading the commercial space revolution, taking the power of free enterprise (literally) to the next level.

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW with a credit card at our secure registration server. The price is $80 through June 1, 2000, and $95 thereafter; your registration includes lunch and an evening reception.

Make hotel reservations by May 10 to take advantage of the symposium rate of $89/night.

SPACE IS THE NEXT BIG GROWTH INDUSTRY FOR KNOWLEDGEABLE INVESTORS

In a special one-day event, the most promising new companies in commercial space will present their business plans for the emerging industries of the space frontier.

You will have the opportunity to get early, first-hand information about the companies issuing in the next industrial revolution.

FEATURING KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
Richard K Citron, Attorney
Law Offices of Citron & Deutsch
"A Different Kind of Law Firm"

Rick Citron is a partner in Citron & Deutsch in Los Angeles, California. Citron & Deutsch specializes in legal services for small high-tech entrepreneurial companies.

Mr. Citron has contributed to the success stories of hundreds of companies as an attorney, business advisor, entrepreneur, and venture capitalist. An entrepreneur at heart, Citron has started 30 businesses.

SPACEHAB and Kistler Aerospace are two companies Mr. Citron is intimately familiar with - having assisted them at critical early stages in their formation. He is the brother of Bob Citron who founded these firms. At SPACEHAB, Mr. Citron acted as a consultant and advisor to his brother from the inception of the company, and assisted in raising initial funding. At Kistler, Mr. Citron served as General Counsel in the early years, introduced them to their current Chairman of the Board, and assisted in raising a significant amount of capital during first round financing.

SPACE: OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Space is no longer just for rocket scientists and big government programs. Space is now open to entrepreneurs and new business ventures. Featured companies will present investment opportunities in:

Visit the latest Preliminary Agenda for a complete list of topics and planned speakers.


UNDERWRITTEN BY:

RNR Ventures, LLC
RNR Ventures is a venture capital firm with its vision firmly on the future of business. Through RNR's involvement with several space companies, the firm is convinced that space represents the next big industry for investment and development.

FINDS
http://www.finds-space.org
The Foundation for the International Non-Governmental Development of Space, supports space science research, events, and development with financial grants.

SPONSORED BY:

Space Frontier Foundation
http://www.space-frontier.org
The Space Frontier Foundation is dedicated to opening the Space Frontier to human settlement as rapidly as possible. The Foundation's goals include the protection of the Earth's fragile biosphere and creating a freer and more prosperous life for each generation by utilizing the unlimited power of free enterprise and lead a united humanity into the Solar System.

CSTA
http://www.csta.net
The California Space and Technology Alliance is officially designated by the state of California as The California Space Authority.

CSI
http://www.constellationservices.com
Constellation Services International, Inc.
The Future of Orbital Commerce

SkyCorp
http://www.sky-corp.com
SkyCorp is a global provider of wireless communications services and small satellite solutions.


HOTEL INFO
DoubleTree Hotel (Near San Jose International Airport)
2050 Gateway Place
San Jose, California, 95110
(408) 453-4000
Make hotel reservations by May 10 to take advantage of the symposium rate of $89/night.

This is the second Space Enterprise Symposium hosted by the Space Frontier Foundation.  For information about the prior event, click here.