Interesting article in the latest Money Week talking about the broad range of opportunities in space tech. However it bemoans the limited number of 'New Space' quoted investment opportunities.
Based on Seraphim's extensive view of the fundraising globally in the space tech sector we're seeing an increasing move by entrepreneurs to access capital from public markets. This is a trend we see set to continue particularly in EU markets.
Space enterprise epitomises the notion of entrepreneurialism, with visionary adventurers steadfastly finding and refining solutions in the face of adversity, always pushing through setbacks and barriers. So it is fitting that the new chapter in space exploration now under way has seen start-up private businesses move in to become distinct players in what until now (with small-scale exceptions) had exclusively been the sphere of the government and the defence industry