GLG Network Survey: Satellite Industry
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GLG interviewed 40 senior executives within the satellite industry, discussing topics such as market demand across sectors and geographies.
What will you learn from this survey?
- 40 senior executives shared their current outlook of the satellite industry and the future of the sector.
- The survey explored LEOs (low-earth orbit satellites) and how that is expected to impact satellite service providers.
- It also investigated the topic areas by sector and geographies, providing insights into sectors such as maritime and consumer broadband.
Examples of findings:
- Respondents overwhelmingly stated that they expect there to be a significant risk of a price war in the next three years regarding satellite capacity (78%).
- Our experts evaluated potential consolidation moves within the next 3 years. The most likely reported were “between operators and other players” (55%) and “between SSPs” (53%).
- The survey also explored LEOs, with 68% of the sample stating that these will create value for the sector.
The GLG Surveys team drafted the questionnaire with the support of GLG Network Member, William Germain, former Director of M&A at Inmarsat.
- 1 x Individual responses (“raw data”) in Excel.
- 1 x PPT report with aggregated data.
- Executive summary with key takeaways and highlights from the raw data.
- Looking at the industry in general, what was the market impact of COVID-19 on demand for Satellite communications, by sector?
- From now, how many years do you expect it will take for revenue to recover to pre-COVID level by sector?
- Currently, what is the situation of capacity supply and demand globally across sectors?
- Over the next 3 years, how do you expect market demand will change across sectors?
- In the next 5 years, how do you expect the addressable market of satellite communications to be?
- Ultimately, for LEO Satellite communications, how significant is the right to win?
- In the next 5 years, what do you expect will be the primary role of LEO Satellite communications in the market?
- In the next 3 years, which consolidation moves do you expect to happen?
- In the next 5 years, what will the primary sources of value creation be for satellite operators?
- Currently, where are the highest competitive threats coming from for satellite operators?
This survey is available to subscribers of the Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) and Energy and Industrials (EI) sector (Limited subscriptions and above). This offer includes the raw data file and a high-level presentation through PowerPoint. Please contact your GLG representative for details on your firm’s access.
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