Much like the IT, Telecom and Internet industry before, the space industry is going through an unprecedented boom. And with an expected increase of available launchers over the next few years, able to carry thousands more satellites into Earth orbits, it is only the beginning of that growth. That increase of satellites, optimistic estimates suggests up to 4,000 payloads per year by 2036, and the collected data via those satellites will have an impact on almost everything.
As a result of that huge expansion and strong competition comes the necessity to set your company apart and work on your reputation. Startups and enterprises alike recognise the need for communications and telling their story to customers, partners, suppliers, investors and the public.
At Cicero & Friends we can help telling your story and build your reputation. We think the combination of our vast experience in the IT and Telecom sector with our passion for space related missions - having successfully helped companies that build launchers (Skyrora & Orbital Access), spaceships (Virgin Galactic) and satellites (OneWeb & NanoAvionics) and provide analysed earth observation data and IoT services - is a perfect match and reflects the situation in the space industry.
To find out how C&F can help your business succeed contact us.
"Harry at Cicero & Friends is a true media professional. We needed someone with the ability to translate our technological programme and commercial objectives into a persuasive media and communications plan. Harry proved exceptionally capable and helped us extend that into decisive implementation across the media community and communications outlets in the UK, Europe and USA. All of this was achieved without the need to engage a cumbersome and bureaucratic organisation and benefitted from Harry’s direct and effective communication style. He will certainly be a part of our programme going forward." Stuart McIntyre, CEO Orbital Access Limited
"Harry’s role was to provide strategic advice on public relations and he did that very well. Harry steadily encouraged us to think proactively and in an organized manner, rather than responding to crises or events opportunistically. We had no internal capability so Harry was instrumental in getting our news items placed in the media.
"We were a start-up, so we were usually in crisis mode. Harry was unflappable in his support. He was also tireless, making himself available whenever the situation demanded it. And he maintained a sense of humor even when matters were very tense." Matt O'Connell, formerly CEO OneWeb