We can recognize the biggest names in space by just their last names: Bezos, Musk and Branson. But you might want to keep an eye on an up-and-comer: Ellis. In order to join Elon Musk’s SpaceX in the race to Mars, Tim Ellis’s Relativity Space is building the world’s largest 3D printed rocket. Tim spent five years working at Blue Origin before leaving to start the first 3D printed rocket company with a $500,000 check from Mark Cuban. Here’s how a 31-year-old named Tim Ellis built a $4.2 billion space start-up called Relativity Space.
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How I Built A $4.2 Billion Space Start-Up | Founder Effect