SSPI Northeast Chapter Presents: The New York Space Business Roundtable
Where Space Does Business
SSPI’s Northeast Chapter returns with the revival of the New York Space Business Roundtable. The Roundtable is a regularly scheduled monthly program that will explore the business, financing and ethical governance of the Commercial Space sector. Because of New York’s prominence as a global financial center, it is the place where “Space does business.“ It is also the place where the industry will discuss social issues that impact the finance and business of Space and the highly charged and fast-growing Satellite industry.
Produced in association with the New York Space Alliance and with the support of the Consulate General of Luxembourg Office of Trade and Investment Office (LTIO), as well as Space News magazine, World Teleport Association and the Washington Space Business Roundtable, the Roundtable will gather every third Wednesday of the month.
Watch the most recent New York Space Business Roundtable – Building and Cruising the Cislunar Highway
Associate Administrator for Exploration Systems Development Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters Jim Free, SSPI Chair Emeritus and Founder, Chair and CEO of Lonestar Data Holdings Inc. Chris Stott, SpaceNews Senior Staff Writer Jason Rainbow and SpaceNews Silicon Valley Correspondent Debra Werner explore to better understand how Artemis and a host of other NASA led missions and initiatives will pave the way for public private partnerships to enlist American entrepreneurship to open up this new frontier to commercial enterprise.