Collective Services

Start-ups in the incubator can during the pre-incubation period and during incubation benefit of an existing infrastructure paying the marginal costs, hence considerably reducing overheads.

This includes but is not limited to:

  • Access to the secured building within the limits of the internal rules via a contact card. Note that also invigilation rounds are taking place at night by specialized companies.
  • Access to basic mailing, package delivery and common reception services, as well as to the existing IT infrastructure in the building¬†
  • Interaction during ISU events. This allows to be present at organized events (like Open Door days and symposia) with the possibility to interact with potential stakeholders.
  • Potential access to visiting lecturers from agencies and space organizations and companies provides further scientific, technical, but also business interactions.
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