Satnews Daily
November 14th, 2019

ManSat Group's New Appointment — He's the Chief Consulting Officer

Alexis Martin

ManSat Group located in the Isle of Man, a self-governing British Crown dependency in the Irish Sea between Great Britain and Ireland, has a new appointment in their company. The company has expanded its ITU and Spectrum service offerings by further strengthening its leadership team with the appointment of Alexis Martin as Chief Consulting Officer. The company offers filing services through the Isle of Man and Iceland to end-to-end consulting services for the life of a filing, and ManSat now offers comprehensive solutions to address each company’s unique spectrum requirements.

BTW- The head of state, Queen Elizabeth II, holds the title of Lord of Mann and is represented by a lieutenant governor.  

Alexis comes with experience having held key positions across the satellite industry supporting regulations, strategy, market intelligence and asset management for companies such as Airbus, Avanti and SES, and most recently serving as director of market and technical advisory in a public policy firm.

Chris Stott, ManSat Chief Executive Officer commented that they are thrilled to welcome Alexis to the ManSat family. With their twentieth  anniversary next year, Alexis’s appointment is further evidence that they are continuing to grow and develop their commercial offering.

By leveraging his broad spectrum of skills and his passion for space, Alexis helps clients understand the global picture, develop strategies and overcome entry barriers. He has been supporting regulations, policy and spectrum matters since the early 2000s when he started as a spectrum engineer and brings great knowledge and passion to the ManSat Group.

Alexis said that it could not be a more exciting time to join ManSat as they are just ahead of the next WRC cycle (World Radiocommunication Conference) that will take them through to 2023, which will see the emergence of new services and new applications.  He continued to say that supported by a team of highly-skilled professionals and building on longstanding relationships across the industry and regulators, the breadth of their consulting services will be expanded to further support their customers’ strategic projects and help them achieve their business goals. And in an ever-changing technological environment, they apply commercial efficiencies and transparencies to a global regulatory process to help their customers secure the spectrum they need.

Alexis said that from safeguarding existing spectrum to advocating for new identifications, introducing new regulatory framework or obtaining licenses, they will provide a clear path and strategy to their customers for securing spectrum, removing entry barriers and accessing the market.
He is really looking forward to engaging with the most innovative companies and shaping the future of the space — and broader telecom —industry by turning challenges into opportunities.

Alexis holds a Master of Engineering in optics and electronics from the University of Montpellier, together with a Master of Science in Engineering in information and telecommunication science and technology from Telecom SudParis. He completed his studies with a year of specialization in satellite telecommunications systems from SAE-SUPAERO in France and obtained a professional certificate in Corporate Finance – Mergers and Acquisitions from the Sacred Heart University of Luxembourg.