The relationship between space start-ups and government has been an integral cog in the development of multiple space verticals. Government undertakings with emerging startups offer investors potentially attractive returns and encourages them to follow suit with their own investments. NSR’s Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition report shows $36 billion was invested over the last.
Investments in the emerging space economy are on the rise, reaching levels higher than ever before. A significant fraction of the total investments in NewSpace companies is limited to a few at the top across market segments. But there is also a flurry of companies founded in the Launch, Manufacturing and Geospatial Analytics market segments.
NSR’s Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition (ESIA3) provides critical assessment of the movements and trends of global New Space investment over the past two decades. Building upon NSR’s research, supported by diverse private investment, these players have grabbed headlines but also raised many questions…
The U.S. stock market is on its longest bull-run in history, which began in 2009. A decade later Virgin Galactic’s reverse merger with Social Capital Hedosophia raised $800M for the Space Tourism company, signalling the beginning of an extraordinary run in space investment. The significant increase in investment activity for space can partly be explained.
NSR’s Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition report (ESIA3) released today, shows $7.7 billion in funding was raised in 2020 alone, bringing the total since 2000 to nearly $36 B. “2020 was definitely a record year for space investment, with M&As, exits, and new rounds closing as we witnessed more enthusiasm and optimism in the prospect for.