We are glad to announce the launch of a comprehensive visual directory of all space institutions and industry actors in the African space sector. This is a milestone in our service offering of researching and making available accurate data and business insights about the African space sector.
The visual directory displays about 2,000 datasets of African space institutions, companies and associations, graphically represented in a wide map using location coordinates according to countries. The directory uses icons to indicate data points on the map.
Simply dubbed the “Crunchbase of the African space industry”, the directory represents the following actors in the African space industry, detailing a dataset set of the name, country, contact address, email, phone number and website for each actor:
- National space agencies
- Newspace companies
- Space research centres
- Universities offering space-related programs
- Earth observation institutions
- Geospatial Companies
- Space associations & organizations
- Inter-governmental space organizations
- Satellite communication companies
- Foreign Institutions involved in space activities in Africa
- Astronomy institutions
- Astronomy Observatories
- Internet Service Providers
The directory is regularly updated with the latest available information.
The directory is available to our premium subscribers on Space in Africa who have an Individual Annual Plan or any of the Corporate Team Plans. For non-premium readers or readers with a biannual individual plan, you are required to sign up for our premium readership or upgrade your subscription to an Individual Annual Plan or purchase any of the Corporate Team Plans.
We present to you the Visual directory of all space-related institutions in Africa. To access the spreadsheet format of the directory (at a purchase fee), email us.
Do sign up for at least a Team Plan to receive the access code for the directory.
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