Report from Headquarters

Space Foundation Reaches 101 Corporate Members

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Space Foundation Reaches 101 Corporate Members Steady, continuous growth has helped the Space Foundation reach the milestone mark of 101 corporate members, welcoming its newest corporate member Space Systems/Loral (SS/L) just in time for the 26th National Space Symposium

SS/L is one of the world’s premier designers, manufacturers, and integrators of powerful geostationary satellites and satellite systems. Headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif., the company operates worldwide, working within many cross-national alliances, and in leading-edge facilities. A subsidiary of Loral Space and Communications, SS/L designs, builds, and tests satellites, subsystems, and payloads; provides orbital testing; procures insurance and launch services; and manages mission operations from Mission Control Center in Palo Alto.

Corporate membership with the Space Foundation places companies in the presence of industry giants and other successful, growing companies in the space industry, strengthening name recognition, increasing brand awareness, and gaining enhanced visibility.

Space Foundation corporate members benefit from advance notice of Foundation event sponsorship and business opportunities, preferential exhibit hall positioning, reduced exhibit booth rates, complimentary event registrations and much more.

Among the many program benefits, our corporate member companies are encouraged to take advantage of the following annual opportunities at the National Space Symposium:

  • Complimentary dinner ticket at the annual Corporate Membership Dinner
  • Complimentary registration(s) based on membership level
  • An invitation for one senior space executive to attend the Senior Executive’s Forum

If you would like to become a corporate member, or for additional information regarding the current program, please contact [email protected].

Pictured: John Celli, president of Space Systems/Loral, speaking at the 26th National Space Symposium.


This article is part of Space Watch: May 2010 (Volume: 9, Issue: 5).