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UK space sector Size and Health 2021 survey open to responses

Posted 24 November 2021 · Add Comment

The annual ‘Size and Health of the UK space industry’ survey - the primary source of evidence used to track growth in the sector – is now open.



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In 2021, the survey will be carried out by BryceTech on behalf of the UK Space Agency and is open to responses from space sector organisations across the UK until the 13th of December.

Having an up-to-date national picture of the sector will help ensure the UK Space Agency’s work to deliver the new National Space Strategy is shaped by the latest information.

The 2020 survey demonstrated significant growth in income and employment and indirect benefits of satellite services to other industrial sectors worth £360 billion of UK GDP.

All information provided will be treated in the strictest confidence and only aggregate anonymised information will be published.

To complete the survey click here .

The closing date is 13th December 2021 and for any queries about the survey, please contact manny.shar@brycetech.com at BryceTech or taiba.batool@ukspaceagency.gov.uk at the UK Space Agency.

 

 

 

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