AAC Clyde Space's Craig Clark to leave his position
(25 February 2021 - AAC Clyde Space) Craig Clark has decided to leave AAC Clyde Space where he has been CSO. Craig has held the position since 2018 when AAC merged with Clyde Space to form AAC Clyde Space.
"As a founder of Clyde Space, Craig has been central in building the company into the leader in small satellite technology. We are deeply grateful for his contribution and wish him the best in his future endeavours" says AAC Clyde Space CEO Luis Gomes.
"It has been quite a journey from founding Clyde Space at my kitchen table back in 2005. I am eternally grateful for the support from all the staff, stakeholders, customers, and friends that have helped Clyde Space grow to being the global leader in small satellites it is today. Now part of the AAC Clyde Space group, I remain excited for the future of the business as it continues to grow; producing more satellites and supporting an increasing number of new space applications. As I move on to explore my next steps, I look back and am very proud of what the company has achieved." says Craig Clark.
A new CSO will not be appointed after Clark's departure.
About AAC Clyde Space
The group AAC Clyde Space offers turnkey solutions and services from mission design to on-orbit operations, including reliable customizable satellite platforms in the range of 1 to 50 Kg and a full range of subsystems for cube and small satellites. With unrivalled flight heritage and end-to-end service, AAC Clyde Space enables customers to reach their mission goals through a single, trusted point of contact.
AAC Clyde Space's shares are traded on Nasdaq First North Premier Growth Market. The share is also traded on the US OTCQX-market under the symbol ACCMF.