Euroconsult’s World Satellite Business Week, Sept. 9-13 in Paris, is four conferences in one and brings together heavy-hitters from across the global satellite industry.

In addition to the satellite financing and communications focus that dominates the first three days, there’s a one-day breakout session on the connected airplane and two days dedicated to the Earth-observation market.

The SpaceNews editorial team will be reporting from Paris throughout the week.

Coverage sponsored by China Great Wall Industry Corporation

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