Current market dynamics and future evolution trends for the space industry

Date: October 27, 2021  – 01:00 PM GMT

Price: 500 Euros

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Registration opens: August 1, 2021

Closing date for registration: October 26, 2021

Duration: 4 hours

Language: English


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General outline

General outline

This session will provide our attendees with the structure and organization of space activities worldwide and the changes in progress across the entire ecosystem, both in the uses of space and in terms of market players (module 1). 

This general introductory module will be followed by two additional ones, respectively addressing the current market dynamics and foreseeable evolution trends relating to satellites services (module 2) and “New Space” (module 3). 



MODULE 1: General introduction to the global space industry and markets 

Rachel VILLAIN, Principal Advisor, Euroconsult 

 The four dimensions of space activities
  • Satellite services on Earth
  • Space science & exploration
  • Man in space
  • Access to space
Overview of the satellite value chain
  • From satellite systems…
  • …to satellite services and end users
Key changes in the space sector
  • Disruptive trends along the value chain
  • Impact of “New Space” changes on the ecosystem
Government and private investors in space activities
  • Established and newcomer space countries
  • Established and newcomer private satellite operators
Space industry to manufacture and launch satellite systems
  • GEO satellites
  • Small satellites and cubesats
  • Constellations


MODULE 2: Focusing on satellite services market dynamics and evolution trends

Nathan DE RUITER, Managing Director Euroconsult / Pacome REVILLON, CEO, Euroconsult

Overview of the satellite communications services market
  • Value chain from bandwidth to managed services
  • Market players
  • Competition and complementarity with terrestrial networks
  • Changes in satellite communications services: price, capacity, market access
  • Regional focus on satellite communications systems and service providers
Related market dynamics and evolution trends by verticals
  • Video broadcasting
  • Backhauling & trunking
  • Consumer broadband access
  • Enterprise & government private networks
  • Mobile connectivity

Overview of the satellite Earth observation services market 

  • Value chain: from satellite systems to value-added services
  • Data producers: government and privately-owned companies
  • Value-added service providers
  • Regional focus on satellite Earth observation systems and service providers
Related market dynamics and evolution trends by verticals
  • Defence & maritime
  • Agriculture, natural resources and environment
  • Infrastructure & energy
  • Disaster management, insurance and finance


MODULE 3: Focusing on “New Space” market dynamics and evolution trends

Maxime PUTEAUX, Principal Advisor, Euroconsult 

Business logic of “New Space” markets
  • Startup fundraising
  • Value propositions
  • Time to market
  • Existing customers or Blue Ocean Strategy
  • Creative destruction
Key players of the “New Space” economy
  • Startup fundraising
  • Venture capital
  • Small satellites and small launch vehicles
  • COTS satellite electronics
  • New technologies
  • Government as a customer
Duration & Timing

Duration & Timing

4 hours 

Module 1: ~90 mn (including Q&As)
Module 2: ~90 mn (including Q&As)
Module 3: ~60 mn (including Q&As) 



October 27, 2021 

3-7 PM CET (Paris) / 9 AM -12 PM ( New York) / 9 PM-12 AM ( Singapore)  



None. This session has been designed as an overview of the space industry’s current market dynamics and future evolution trends for attendees with no related background. 



Principal Advisor, Euroconsult

Rachel Villain is Principal Advisor at Euroconsult where she has contributed to over 200 consulting missions supporting government agencies and industry stakeholders in their decision-making related to space policy and strategy for R&D investment, new product development and merger and acquisitions. She also participated in designing one of Euroconsult’s flagship research reports, Satellites to be Built & Launched in the Next Ten Years.

She holds a Master’s Degree in Economics from the University of Reims and a Master’s Degree in Science and Technology Policy from the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM), Paris


Managing Director, Euroconsult

Nathan de Ruiter is the Managing Director of Euroconsult Canada. Since joining Euroconsult in 2011, Nathan has managed and contributed to more than 90 consulting missions including Harris Corporation, Kymeta, MAXAR, Carlyle Group, KKR, Ex-Im Bank, Export Development Canada, and the Canadian Space Agency.

Nathan is a major contributor to Euroconsult’s market intelligence on satellite communications such as, Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Markets Survey and High Throughput Satellites: Vertical Market Analysis and Forecasts. Prior to Euroconsult, Nathan was Senior Manager at S.M. International Financial Advisory and seed capital firm, Neotech Capital.


CEO, Euroconsult

Pacôme Révillon is Chief Executive Officer of Euroconsult, based in Paris, France. In his 18 years working in the sector, Pacôme has led Euroconsult’s strategy and operations and consults with high-level clients, particularly in satellite broadcasting, communications and finance. Under his management, the company has experienced a continuous expansion internationally, and has strengthened its position as an international reference on the strategic, economic and financial aspects of space activities.

His work experience includes positions with the DLR in Germany and Thales in France. He holds a graduate engineering degree in Telecommunications & Space from SUPAERO and a Master’s Degree in Economics from DESIA.


Principal Advisor, Euroconsult

Since joining Euroconsult in 2012, Maxime has managed and contributed to more than 40 consulting missions including for government institutions, industry players and investors covering commercial due diligence, launch market analysis, satellite and constellation forecasting and strategic foresight. On the research side, Maxime is the Editor in chief for Euroconsult’s research report “Satellites to Be Built and Launched” and supervises the report “Prospects for the Small Satellite Market”.

Prior to joining Euroconsult, he worked as a young graduate trainee at CNES and participated in the ISU Space Studies Program. Maxime holds a Master’s Degree from the Institute of Space and Telecom Law (Paris Saclay) and graduated from the Institute of Air & Space Law of McGill University (Montreal).

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