Space-Comm Expo returns to UK in March 2024

Space-Comm Expo, the UK’s largest exhibition focused on the commercial future of space for business, defence and aerospace, is returning to the industry calendar 6-7 March 2024.

The place for space to do business, Space-Comm Expo brings together decision-makers across the supply chain to further the commercial space sector with future-altering partnerships and hear from world-renowned experts on the immediate opportunities and challenges facing the industry.

Cementing its position as the UK’s leading and largest space exhibition, Space-Comm Expo is a valued opportunity for the space sector to build new partnerships and announce new projects and investment. Organised by Hub Exhibitions in partnership with Farnborough International, Space-Comm is the UK’s biggest space-focused expo with a presence of over 150 exhibitors and 100 keynote speakers and experts across the programme.

In 2023, Space-Comm Expo welcomed thousands of space professionals, organisations, agencies and government officials from 34 countries to Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre.

As well as providing thought leadership across the Keynote stage, features including the Start-Up Zone, Future of Space Theatre, Small Sats Theatre and Meet The Buyer enabled start-ups, SMEs and industry-leaders to network with investors, regulators and academics to collaborate and discuss actionable change for the future of the space industry.

The new March dateline will be a permanent fixture for industry calendars.

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