Seraphim: Space tech investment stabilizing, and the number of startups remains at a high level worldwide

by Peter B. de Selding

TUPPER LAKE, NY — The number of private-sector investments in space technology companies declined in the three months ending June 30 compared to the previous quarter, but their average size grew, according to the latest industry survey by Seraphim Space Investment Trust.

Seraphim, publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange, has a large portfolio of NewSpace companies and also manages a platform for early-stage investors as well as its own accelerator platform.

The company’s recent investor calls have focused on how Seraphim . . .

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