Connectivity Business has inked a partnership with GVF, the global nonprofit association of the satellite industry, to create information products.
The partnership has Connectivity Business, along with its publisher, Royal Media, and GVF banding together to deliver crucial analysis and insight on satellite industry trends, and includes the participation of Royal Media’s news brands in a series of webinars hosted by GVF.
The alliance kicks off with Connectivity Business’s participation in the upcoming webinar “Spectrum Regulation and Business,” taking place Jan. 27, at 10 a.m. ET.
The partnership was spurred by trends in the global satellite industry. Analysts predict that the sector will grow at a CAGR of 13.9% between 2025-2030 as companies worldwide increasingly rely on data to drive informed decisions.
The partnership will also provide additional benefits to GVF members, who will get enhanced access to Connectivity Business news content.
“Royal Media’s Connectivity Business is a leading industry publication upon which many of GVF’s global members rely, and the content partnership with Royal Media will increase awareness of the many ways satellite communications are providing fast, affordable, and reliable connectivity around the world to governments, businesses and consumers,” said David Meltzer, secretary general of GVF.
Founded in 1997 and headquartered in London, GVF serves the “entire satellite ecosystem.” The trade group counts Intelsat, Amazon, Hughes, Viasat and OneWeb among its member companies.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with GVF for this 2022 webinar series and beyond,” said Molly Stewart, chief operating officer of Royal Media. “GVF is a highly respected organization in the satellite industry, and we appreciate the opportunity to collaborate on high quality content that speaks to this sector and our larger Royal Media audiences.”
Registration for the 2022 Webinar Series content will be available through the GVF website. Additionally, webinar recordings will be published for viewing after the sessions.
To learn more, visit www.GVF.org/webinars.