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Iain Christie

Founder and CEO at SideKickSixtyFive Consulting and host of the Terranauts podcast. Iain is a seasoned business executive with deep understanding of the space business and government procurement policy. Iain worked for 22 years at Neptec including as CEO. He was a VP at the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada, is a mentor at the Creative Destruction Lab and a visiting professor at the University of Ottawa's Telfer School of Management.

To Market, To Market – Part 5 of An Entrepreneurial Space Series

To Market, To Market – Part 5 of An Entrepreneurial Space Series

This is the fifth in the series of articles on a little drama that I have been calling “An Entrepreneurial Space.”  If you haven’t read the previous chapters, you might want to look them up prior to reading this one, as they provide some valuable context. So far in the series we have introduced the main players that appear in the life of an entrepreneurial …

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Wherefore Art Thou, Customer? – Part 4 of An Entrepreneurial Space Series 

A crowd

This the fourth installment in the series on An Entrepreneurial Space.  If you have not read the previous articles you may want to take a moment to do that before reading this one.  So far in this series we have talked about the general features that define entrepreneurial space businesses.  We have talked about The Founders of those businesses and the journey they take from …

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The Funder of Feast – Part 3 of An Entrepreneurial Space Series 

The Funder of Feast - The Investor.

So far in this series of articles discussing the state of the Entrepreneurial space sector we have set the stage for our little space opera, and we have talked about the hero of the piece – The Founder of the space start-up company.  As we discussed in the last article, founding a company is normally a journey that starts out with a great idea for …

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An Introduction to Entrepreneurial Space

Entrepreneur space series

A few years ago, or a lifetime ago in COVID years, I wrote an article for SpaceQ discussing the difference between “New” Space and “Old” Space in which I argued that they really weren’t different ways of addressing a single space market. I argued instead that they were actually different business models that happened to share space as the medium through which services were delivered …

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