Have you made your mark?

The heavens, once controlled by governments, are now open to entrepreneurs.

Private companies are launching flocks of small satellites into Low Earth Orbit, creating an 1,100-mile computing layer around the planet. It’s transforming the lives of students, farmers, planners, doctors, patients, businesses, humanitarians, and government officials.

Other visionaries aspire to mine asteroids, service the International Space Station, and clean up deadly space junk. Internet-age tycoons offer zero-gravity thrill rides, settlements on Mars and … well, a lot more.

Nobody is waiting for NASA. And no one is ruling anything out.

Small companies with big ideas will spring from obscurity. Some, however, will sink into oblivion. Even the best companies will falter unless their story inspires.

That’s why we’re here.

Brodeur Space Group. Helping good companies win. To learn more, contact us at

Space Expertise

“The entrepreneurial space industry is poised to transform the current space development paradigm from high cost/low access to low cost/high access, opening up an ‘infinite economy.'”

Brodeur Space Group Co-Leader, Frank White, is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and a Rhodes Scholar. He earned his M.Phil. in Politics from Oxford University.

Frank is the author or coauthor of 10 books on topics ranging from space exploration to climate change. His book, The Overview Effect: Space Exploration and Human Evolution, is now in its third edition, and is considered by many to be a seminal work in the field of space exploration and development. A film called “Overview,” based largely on his work, has had more than 7 million plays on Vimeo.

Frank also is a communications professional with experience in multiple forms of media and in disciplines ranging from public relations for high technology companies to development communications for nonprofit organizations. He teaches courses on fundraising and communications at Harvard Extension School and Harvard Summer School.


Entrepreneurial Space: The Communications Challenges

Space, once the government’s exclusive domain, today poses one of the most exciting economic, scientific and humanistic opportunities for the private sector in decades.

For communicators in this dynamic industry, there are real challenges. In this e-book, readers will learn about what investors want to see from these new space opportunities and what these fledgling companies will need to do in order to remain relevant. View our e-book here.


Get Down to Earth

Brodeur Partners Space Entrepreneur Survey data has been published in USA Today. The data was derived from a survey of 615 American adults. You can find more about the survey data here.

Brodeur Partners announced the Brodeur Space Group, a new practice dedicated to helping clients seize opportunities beyond our planet.

The NewSpace economy is here as emerging companies develop satellites, organize space tours in space, plan to mine asteroids, and imagine cities on Mars. These developments are gathering momentum as the federal government actively supports the private space push, and household-name consumer companies reimagine the possibilities of life and commerce in space. Check out our news release here. And check out our most recent space blog post here!

Why we’ve launched the Brodeur Space Group

Humanity is about to engage in one of the greatest adventures, if not the greatest adventure, of all time.

Some 60 years after the first human being traveled into Earth orbit, a robust NewSpace industry is embarking on an unprecedented migration into the solar system. We are creating, for the first time ever, a spacefaring civilization. And we at Brodeur are deeply committed to doing whatever we can to help this new generation of pioneers succeed. Learn more about why we chose to launch the Brodeur Space Group.

If you missed our latest webinar, check it out here

U.S. Space Policy 

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, and Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines joined a discussion about U.S. policy in space. The program was part of the 2021 Ignatius Forum at Washington National Cathedral. If you are interested in learning more, or speaking to Space Group Co-Leader, Frank White, please contact us at