Press Conference – Sustainability as the Game Changer… Aiming high!

Launching the 4th edition of the New Space Economy European Expoforum at IAC 2022!

The online registration for NSE 2022 is now OPEN!

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#BuildingOurFuture@NSE

NSE, the New Space Economy Expoforum, is the yearly date on the economic impacts of the space sector, on what drives the quick running evolution of the institutional and private involvement in the New Space.

NSE offers a quick view on the increasing potential of the space sector to the widest community of users and on new potential stakeholders and business opportunities at national and international level.

NSE networks big industrial players, small and medium innovative companies, investors, venturers, startups, research centers, academia, space agencies, institutions and international organizations.

NSE 2022 benefits of a multidisciplinary approach to provide space solutions for non-space users in building a sustainable society and inspire next generations.

What’s on stage at NSE?

– Scientific Conference
– Pitch Competition
– Student Challenge
– Thematic Events
– Exhibition
– B2B and B2G
– Networking Programs
– And much more

Already on board with us:

NSE 2022 will focus on Sustainability as the Game Changer of the New Space Economy with 4 topics

The Players

LSIs

SMEs

Startups

Space Agencies

International Organizations

Institutions

Academia

Research Centers

Incubators

Accelerators

Trade Associations

Technological Clusters

Venture Capital Funds

Business Angels

NSE in numbers

2019/2020/2021

3

Editions (2 digital)

205

Exhibitors

366

Speakers

72

Sessions

67

Countries

783

B2B Meetings

4541

Visitors

Exhibitions at NSE

Space for Our Planet

Space for Our Planet

“Space for Our Planet” is a touring exhibition aiming to show the crucial role of space technologies and applications to build a sustainable planet. The project looks at the integral role that Space has to play in the United Nations 2030 Agenda. To this end, 35 people have been interviewed – from fishermen to astronauts, from students to climate experts – to examine how space technologies contribute to the attainment of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Curators:
Fiorella Coliolo, Astronomer;
and Benoit Delplanque, Director of Production, Timkat company

Partners: Developed under the patronage of UNOOSA, with the contribution of: ESA, European Commission, DLR, CNES, NEREUS, ASI, Portugal Space, International Astronautical Union (IAU) and the Canadian NGO “G.I.V.E”.

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