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Market Conditions for the Space Industry

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We regret to inform your that due to an agenda conflict, the “Market Conditions for the Space Industry” workshop has been postponed to 5-6 July.

In the context of the targeted consultation for the ‘A Space Strategy for Europe’ initiative, the Commission organises a 2-day workshop dedicated to Market Conditions for the Space Industry on  5 and 6 June 2016. An updated draft agenda will be soon circulated. Follow the website.

 

It will be hosted in DG GROW premises (DG GROW Auditorium, Breydel Building, Avenue d’Auderghem 45, Brussels).

 

The workshop will take a holistic view on Earth observation, satellite navigation and telecommunications and will focus on:

 

‒        Business models across the value chain

‒        Market barriers

‒        Innovation and partnering

‒        Links with Union policies, notably Single European Market, Digital Market and Capitals Union

‒        Economic diplomacy including international trade

 

This workshop is aimed at public and private space sector representatives and will be an opportunity to discuss and exchange views about how to improve market conditions for the space industry.

 

High-level speakers from the Commission, the European Space Agency (ESA), national public institutions, users and industry will share their experience and animate the discussion.

 

While on-site registration is possible, we strongly recommend that you register your participation online in order to expedite the security check-in procedures when accessing the Commission building.

Please note: The registration tool will be updated to reflect the changes in the planned date. If you have already registered and if you intend to attend the workshop on 5-6 July, you do not need to take any action. On the other hand, if you are no longer able to attend the workshop on the new date, you can cancel your registration through the registration tool.

Please accept our most sincere apologies for the inconvenience that this late announcement may have caused.