Flightglobal/Ascend’s space team will be at IAC 2013 and APSCC 2013

by | Sep 16, 2013 | commercial launch services, History, Satellites | 0 comments

Flightglobal/Ascend’s space analyst team will be at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC 2013)  www.iac2013.org in Beijing (Peking) in China on 23-27 September.  If any IAC 2013 attendee would like to arrange an online demonstration of our renowned Flightglobal/Ascend database and Space Review online analysis resource, please leave your business card at the UK Space Stand/British Interplanetary Society stand (A301) in the exhibition hall where Flightglobal/Ascend’s senior space analyst and correspondent, David Todd, will be based in between his reporting, data gathering, and marketing duties.

Meantime, in the same week, Flightglobal Ascend’s space analyst/correspondent, Phil Hylands, will be reporting from the Asia Pacific Satellite Communications Council conference 2013 in Hong Kong who can similarly arrange online demonstrations for attendees there. If you need any more information, or want to independently arrange an online demonstration of our space information services,  please contact space@ascendworldwide.com

 

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