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November 3, 2015
Satnews Publishers Announces over 57 Speakers to have Agreed to Talk in the Upcoming SmallSat Symposium

November 3, 2015 — Satnews Publishers is pleased to announce that over 57 speakers have agreed to talk in the upcoming SmallSat Symposium which will be held in Silicon Valley the 23rd and 24th of February, 2016.

This very distinguished group of speakers have seen the necessity of a forum to discuss the business and finance of small satellites. With the explosion of small satellite companies and the planned launch of thousands of small satellites over the next ten years, the need to make a business case for this industry has to be made.

How to finance all this construction and make it all work profitably is the focus of the SmallSat Symposium. Registration for the Symposium has just opened and there are a few seats left for the discounted “first 50 registrations” – it is important to register as soon as possible to get this discount.

The Symposium will provide fresh thinking surrounding the business models, strategies and timelines involved in various facets of the SmallSat business. From orbital services, satellite design, launch platforms & manufacturing to what services are best served by small satellites. This is the first-ever event dedicated to bringing together the key funders and innovators of this exciting new area.

Held in the heart of the heart of Silicon Valley February 23rd and 24th, the Symposium will include in-depth discussions and briefings about current trends and opportunities. There will be many networking activities, private meetings and the chance to hear about earth breaking innovations.

For more information please visit: www.smallsatshow.com

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