The power couple behind the scenes of NZ's big space firms

The power couple behind the scenes of NZ's big space firms
In their element: SpaceBase's power couple Eric Dahlstrom and Emmeline Paat-Dahlstrom. (Image supplied: SpaceBase)
Greg Hurrell
Auckland-based space consultancy SpaceBase wants New Zealand manufacturers to get into the space industry. That includes companies who might never have considered it before.It’s a fairly new move for the company, co-founded and headed by husband and wife team Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom and Eric Dahlstrom. They emigrated to NZ in 2017 just as the Kiwi space industry was gaining traction, after careers in Nasa and other space industries. By 2019 the sector was valued at $1.7bn by Deloitte which said it supported 12,000 jobs. But Kiwi...

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