- Tomorrow, representatives of the Bush re-election team and the Kerry campaign team will meet in Washington, D.C., to discuss their candidates’ aerospace platforms. With just 20 days left until the vote, the satellite industry needs to know where the rivals stand when it comes to future business, and not much has been said to date. Sponsored by the Women in Aerospace and the Washington Space Business Roundtable, the debate will take place at the offices of Reed Smith LLP, beginning at 8 a.m. Satellite Today will be there and will provide a full report. For more information, go to http://www.womeninaerospace.com or http://www.wsbr.org.
- Join your colleagues March 22-25, 2005, at SATELLITE 2005, now in its 24th year in Washington, D.C., at the largest and most influential satellite industry conference and exhibition worldwide. At this global forum, everyone from the satellite industry gathers to discuss and explore the critical issues charting the future. From traditional enterprise-based customers to the red-hot military satellite market, opportunities in the satellite industry are diverse and plentiful. Consumer-based applications– such as DBS, satellite radio and broadband systems–continue to be key drivers of current and future industry revenues. Attendees will share knowledge and upcoming trends. SATELLITE 2005 attracts the leaders: decision makers, top policy makers, buyers and sellers. Discover what you need to be competitive. SATELLITE 2005 spotlights successful business strategies being employed by forward-thinking satellite companies and will focus on new technologies that promise to point businesses toward new opportunities and new profits. Registration is now open online at http://www.Satellite2005.com.
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