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Taking the Giant Leap Forward

March 24, 2022

Commercial spaceflight has thrust the star bound travel topic back into the headlines. On September 15, 2021, Inspiration4 launched into space carrying four civilian crew members on a three-day orbital mission. The flight made Jared Isaacman, Hayley Arceneaux, Sian Proctor and Christopher Sembroski household names. SpaceX and its team of engineers, designers and other brilliant minds manned The Dragon, safely blasting its crew into orbit and safely landing the spacecraft back home to Earth.

But it’s not just SpaceX. While it did get all the headlines with Inspiration4, it’s estimated that the U.S. now has more than 5,500 space-focused companies. And with all this excitement comes loads of media opportunities for private companies focusing on space exploration.

No matter where you stand in your PR and marketing efforts, Paige PR can help you. Our team has years of experience working with clients in the space and technology industries including the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH), an organization funded by NASA to discover disruptive technology that will enable any human to explore space safely. We specialize in strategic communication and helped TRISH raise its brand awareness by securing highly visible, high-impact media interviews. In fact, one article made its way to an astronaut on the International Space Station! Learn how we magnified this mission through media relations with our case study.

We’re here to partner with your mission. Whether it’s to secure additional funding or simply to gain more media exposure, let us help put your company’s name, products and services on the map.

Reach out to Kristen Quinn at kristen@paigepr.com to get the process started.