“The team has been a pleasure to work with – proving flexible in the face of a challenging brief, bringing deep and varied expertise and lots of new ideas to the table, and working seamlessly together and with our team to make the project assignment a success.
The Satellite Applications Catapult selected the Red Kite, CST and Connected Economics team to support a UK Space Agency Funded assignment to bring together disparate information sources to help us understand the challenges facing the UK space sector supply chain. Their work drew on regional studies, national datasets, the views of industry experts and the team’s own expertise and creativity. They marshalled this wide range of information, developed a commanding knowledge of the space sector supply chain, and drew on it to provide us with robust, surprising and useful insights, and actionable recommendations. We have appreciated the team’s continued engagement after the delivery of their final report which is helping us to maximise the value of the work and make sure that it drives our strategy going forward.”

Joel Freedman, Head of Innovation Services, Satellite Applications Catapult

“We were impressed with how the team married industry knowledge with thoughtful and wide-ranging analysis, industry engagement and creative thinking. Their work is really helping us to develop plans to support the growth of the sector and the economic development of the region. Our strategic plans have gained a valuable boost.”

Nafeesa Dajda, Head of Regional Growth, Satellite Applications Catapult

“…we have been very impressed with your work and very much appreciate your flexibility throughout the project”

Phil Woods – Convergence Project Officer, Cornwall Council

“Connected Economics exceeded our expectations. Their work was thorough and insightful.”

Abdul Choudhury, Strategic Economic Development Manager, South Gloucestershire Council

“…a thoroughly interesting and useful report which will provide valuable evidence to inform and make the case for our own regional programme and interventions and in support of other Agency work – notably our International team.”

Colin McQuire, Head of SPace Ecosystem Development, UK Space Agency

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