Know-how and advice on space, nuclear and sustainability topics will be offered to companies and professionals during online interactive sessions.

AB5 Consulting today announced the launch of the company’s brand-new Masterclasses, offering specialist-led sessions to other companies and individuals on hot topics in the space and nuclear industry. Ranging from space regulatory challenges to sustainability in the space and nuclear activities, they are aimed at a wide audience but are particularly suitable for SMEs and start-ups.

AB5 fosters innovation to empower other organizations to achieve their full potential. AB5 provides business and market development advice, project management, regulatory support to a vast array of stakeholders, including international organizations, governments, organisations and companies.

Betty Bonnardel MBE CEng MBA MSc MIET MNucl FWES, CEO and founder of AB5 Consulting, stated:

“After so many years working on exciting and varied projects, I feel the time is ripe to share our knowledge and help other companies develop their own activities. The extensive experience of AB5 will be paired with other experts’ contributions on some subjects. Beyond the specific topics of each masterclass, I am particularly passionate about promoting sustainability and I am committed to using the masterclasses to champion it.”

The Masterclasses will be sharp and dense sessions of 2.5 hours with a one-to-one session. Registration is necessary on

The first one, Satellite Market Access. How to get service authorised? is scheduled on Tuesday, 23 August 2002.

It will be followed by Sustainability in Nuclear. How to Develop a Sustainable Business in the Nuclear Sector (Thursday, 25 August 2022), and Sustainability in Space (Tuesday, 20 September 2022).

Each masterclass booking includes a discounted code to reserve an optional one-to-one Expert’s Bureau session.

Headquartered in London, UK AB5 has also an office in France and collaborates with stakeholders based in multiple European, African, and American countries.