Jay Gullish

Jay Gullish has more than 15 years experience in the communications, media and government sectors in the U.S. as well as Africa, Latin America and South/Southeast Asia. An economist by training, Jay has participated in a large number of financial transactions, assessments, due diligences, and forecasting. He has strong expertise in the ICT sector, including satellite telecommunications, information technology, outsourcing, contact centers, and business process outsourcing. Mr. Gullish has conducted strategy development and implementation at the senior level, including merger and acquisition activity – both as a party involved as well as an independent third party analyst. He has worked for and with major telecommunications companies and government clients in 20+ markets worldwide. Prior to Futron Mr. Gullish was Director of Strategy and Marketing for an Indian-based call center software development company, and before that worked at IBM, PricewaterhouseCoopers and the US Federal Communications Commission, International Bureau.

Broadcast 1436 (Special Edition)

Guests: Peggy Slye, Jay Gullish. Topics: Futron's 2010 Space Competitive Index: A Comparative Analysis of How Countries Invest In and Benefit from Space Industry. We welcomed back Jay Gullish and for the first time, Peggy Slye, the COO and Director of the Space & Telecommunications Division at Futron. Please note that you are invited to comment, ask questions, and rate this program on the new Space Show blog, http://thespaceshowoutsidethebox.blogspot.com.

Broadcast 1243 (Special Edition)

Guests: Jacob Gullish, David Vaccaro. Topics: Space competitiveness, NewSpace, commercial space, military space. This program was Part 2 of our two part series featuring the "Futron 2009 Space Competitiveness Index: A Comparative Analysis of How Countries Invest In and Benefit from Space." You can download the Executive Summary from www.futron.com or send an email request for the pdf file to me. The full report is available for purchase from the Futron website. In the first segment, we started with military space.

Broadcast 1242 (Special Edition)

Guests: David Vaccaro, Jacob Gullish. Topics: space competitiveness, commercial space, space policy, Futron. Today's Space Show was Part One of a two part series examining the 2009 Futron Space Competitive Index. You can download the 12 page Executive Summary by visiting www.futron.com or by sending me an email requesting the .pdf. In our first segment, our two guests explained the basics of the Futron Competitive Study, what it represents, how it was done and why Futron does this report.

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