Webinar on the Importance of Space Clusters (October 14)

Guayaquil Space Society

Webinar Date: October 14th
Time: 11 AM Ecuador time (Central Daylight Time)
Topic: Clusters as strategy for development: The importance of Space Clusters
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Greg Autry
Greg Autry, PhD
National Space Society Vice President for Space Development
Clinical Professor of Space Leadership, Policy and Business in the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University

Francisco Swett Morales
Francisco Swett Morales
Former Finance Minister of Ecuador and ex President of the Central Bank
Just retired from the Universidad Espiritu Santo as Dean of the Business School

Moderated by Robert Aillon, CEO of Leviathan Space Industries.

The event is sponsored by the Guayaquil Space Society NSS Chapter in Ecuador, the American Chamber of Commerce in Ecuador, and Leviathan Space Industries.

The program will be conducted in English.

Register here.


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