Craig Clark is a visionary space engineer and successful entrepreneur. He is renowned for his pioneering work on commercialising small satellites, in particular CubeSats. In 2005, Craig founded Clyde Space Ltd, Glasgow’s first space company. Amongst other achievements, including the Queen’s Award for Enterprise (2017), Clyde Space produced UKube-1, Scotland’s first satellite, which was launched in July 2014.
Craig is a Non-Executive Director of the Glasgow Science Centre, is the Chair of Space Scotland and a member of the UK Space Sector Council. Craig has an MBE for services to Technology and Innovation and is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.