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Space Camp Korea

Postby WesL » Fri Oct 26, 2012 12:02 am

The ASSEC commitees gave their blessing for the center to go into final negotiations with a group to open Space Camp Korea. Barnhart and the licensing VP have been in Korea this week. I'm pretty sure the deal is done but more than likely won't have official confirmation until the ASSEC Annual Meeting next week.
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Re: Space Camp Korea

Postby Mdanner423 » Mon Oct 29, 2012 7:33 pm

I hope it works out, we keep getting these done deals and then nothing.... Any news on Dubai???
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Re: Space Camp Korea

Postby WesL » Sun Nov 04, 2012 8:45 pm

The group that licensed Dubai transferred their option to India but they are running into a lot of issues there. They did pay their storage fees and their option runs out this month (Nov).
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Re: Space Camp Korea

Postby Benji » Fri Mar 28, 2014 9:28 am

It doesn't seem like this is happening anytime soon. You may have heard that the ASSEC is suing the potential Korea licensee, Odysseia. ASSEC claims that Odysseia never completed their requirements under the licensing agreements and so any claims to a license are invalid. ASSEC wants to negotiate a license for Korea with another company but needs to resolve this issue first. Now, Odysseia has asked that the case be thrown out because the CEO was lured to Huntsvilleunder false pretenses so that the ASSEC could serve him with notice of the lawsuit in violation of international treaties.

Regardless of who is right and the outcome of the suit, this is certain to delay any potential Space Camp Korea for several years.
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