Davos 2022

The space renaissance is here. How can we ensure it gives lift-off to all?

A SpaceX rocket lifts off carrying four astronauts on a six-month expedition to the ISS. Image: Reuters/Steve Nesius

Jeremy Jurgens
Managing Director, World Economic Forum
Chris Kemp
Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Astra
Ryan Brukardt
Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company
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The space sector has come a long way and seems poised for massive future growth.
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