|By Business Wire||
|June 24, 2014 09:51 AM EDT||
Capture10, a technology consulting firm headed by former SpaceX executive, today announced it has opened offices in San Francisco, New York City and Seattle and added the following three members to its team:
- Ken Bowersox – Retired US Naval Aviator, NASA astronaut and Shuttle Commander and former Vice President of Astronaut Safety and Mission Assurance at SpaceX
- Andrew Kline – Professor of Public Policy, former federal prosecutor and policy advisor in the White House, Senate, and in the private sector
- Aubree Andersen -- Sotheby’s International Realty, Microsoft and Fox Broadcasting Company
About Capture10, LLC: Capture10, LLC, assists companies in utilizing technology to enter and capture new billion-dollar markets. The Capture10 network includes experts with experience in array of technologies, functional experience in a range of disciplines, and a track record of successfully navigating government polices, regulation and legislation, as well as negotiating contract procurement and financing. The firm was founded by Lawrence Williams, who previously held executive positions at SpaceX, ICO Global Communications and Teledesic, and held multiple roles in government technology and communications. More information at Capture10.com
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