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Countdown to Space Tech Expo 2013 – May 21-23 in Long Beach
by Dan Freyer

New technologies, industry players, and economic pressures are driving innovation and new business models in the space business. How your organization positions itself in the dawn of this new age is vital to how successfully you capitalize on these new challenges and opportunities.

Callout1 Offering attendees and conference delegates unrivalled value, Space Tech Expo 2013 is the West Coast’s premier space event. The show brings together global decision makers involved in the design, build, and testing of spacecraft, satellite, launch vehicle, and space-related technologies. This annual trade show and conference will be held May 21-23, 2013, at the Long Beach Convention Center.

As one of the largest industry gatherings in the world, Space Tech Expo attracts scientists, engineers, C-level professionals, government representatives, policy makers, space agencies, military, venture capitalists and investors, industry entrepreneurs, and buyers from the satellite communications marketplace. 

FreyerFig1 A new year sees the show in a new venue—Long Beach, California, USA. This relocation to the heartland of cutting-edge engineering, groundbreaking science and high-technology communities committed to excellence, with close proximity to major manufacturers, US Air Force and NASA facilities, cements Space Tech Expo as the must-attend event for 2013.

With mpore than 140 exhibiting companies, Space Tech Expo is a full-line event established to introduce the supply chain to the wider buying chain. While some events emphasize networking opportunities, Space Tech Expo guarantees a highly professional B2B platform to discuss and conduct business.

Callout3 In addition to the exhibition, this event features a C-level three-day conference entitled The Business Case for Space at a highly competitive rate of $695. Also offered are free learning opportunities for all exhibition attendees through the Open Tech Forum workshops and the Satellite & Space Summit. This unique approach ensures that your time away from the office pays dividends and is both money and time well spent.

The interaction between suppliers and buyers is as critical as ever as ever, whether you are looking at hosted payload options, launch services, electric satellites, improved propulsion technology, longer orbital life, testing efficiency, spacecraft, payload and launch options, and many other topics.

FreyerHead Register today online at www.spacetechexpo.com—learn from a first class line-up of industry speakers, be involved in free-to-attend workshops, and meet a wealth of space-qualified exhibitors. If you attend just one show this year, you should place Space Tech Expo at the top of your show list.

About the author
Dan Freyer is the U.S. Public Relations contact for SPACE TECH EXPO 2013. He may reached at (310) 849-0721 or at dan@adwavez.com.