The European Space Agency (ESA) invites members of the space community to attend the Industry Space Days (ISD) at ESTEC (Noordwijk, The Netherlands) on 16 – 17 September 2020.
The eighth edition of the ISD is organised by the ESA SME Office to foster cooperation between different actors in the entire space sector.
Companies and organisations can attend:
➔ pre-scheduled business-to-business meetings (B2B), a timesaving and efficient way to establish new contacts
➔ an industry exhibition with 150 booths, allowing industry to showcase products, services and expertise
➔ a wide range of conference presentations and workshops, featuring speakers from ESA, industry and Large System Integrators who share their views on business opportunities and market trends
Attend the ISD2020 and join 1500 participants from 800 companies
The event is open to entities from ESA Member States, Cooperating States and Associate States as well as to companies from outside this perimeter if they intend to act as “buyer” to procure European products and services.
Participation is free of charge. Companies and organisations wishing to reserve a booth in the exhibition tent are advised to consult the Event section.
About the Industry Space Days
Identify tomorrow’s industrial strategies and business opportunities within the space sector during the Industry Space Days.
The ISD provides an excellent opportunity for SMEs and other industry participants to meet and discuss prospective business with new contacts, attend conference presentations and workshops, and showcase technologies and services to potential partners.
Register now and pre-schedule B2B meetings to meet relevant stakeholders of your choice. Companies and organisations can also reserve an exhibition booth to present their products and services.
Keep up-to-date with the latest Industry Space Days 2020 (ISD2020) news.
The Industry Space Days takes place at the European Space Agency’s European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk, The Netherlands. ESTEC is ESA’s largest establishment, and the technical and organisational hub of Europe’s space sector.