Best Supporting Actor? Part 6 of An Entrepreneurial Space Series

Space and the Canadian government. Credit: SpaceQ.

This is part 6 of my series on An Entrepreneurial Space.  If you have not read the previous parts, I would suggest that you might want to do so before starting on this one as they will provide some much-needed context.

In the previous articles we have talked about The Journey that the Founders of space companies make and some of the characters they encounter along the way including the investors and ultimately customers.  We also talked about how, in order to achieve the scale that investors normally want, there need to be enough customers with similar needs to form a large and attractive Market that companies can aim to satisfy.

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About 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.