Why & how to get your press accreditation?

Paris Space Week Accreditation Guidelines

The following applicants are entitled to media accreditation

Applicants who can provide the following proof of journalistic (including photojournalistic) employment (related to the topic of the exhibition in question):

  1. Holders of a valid press card from a France or foreign journalists’ association.
  2. By presenting by-line articles published no earlier than six months before the time of the event.
  3. By presenting a legal notice in which they are named as editor, permanent editorial staff or author, and which is no older than three months at the time of the event.
  4. By means of a weblink to an online publication that is well established in the Space community in question and that can prove an adequate reach. Online media of this type must produce regular entries and the most recent article relating to the topic of the exhibition must be no older than three months.

We point out that presenting a press card is generally not, in itself, sufficient grounds for accreditation. The exhibition organizer reserves the right to request further proof of journalistic employment as specified in the items above.

The exhibition organizer reserves the right in individual cases to also demand presentation of a valid photo ID. There is no automatic right to accreditation. If necessary, the exhibition organizer shall exercise its domiciliary rights.

The following groups of applicants shall not be accredited

  • Applicants without journalistic credentials, such as account managers, sales managers, advertising managers or webmasters, PR consultants and private companions.
  • Applicants who present a written commission from a freelance journalist.
  • Applicants who are exclusively active in social networks in a private capacity.

What are the 5 best reasons to cover the Paris Space Week trade show?

As one of the most important trade shows in the Space industry, Paris Space Week is the perfect event for your trade magazine. Join the PSW press booth and acquire potential subscribers:

  • Discover the worldwide Satellites, Launchers, Ground systems & Space App industries.
  • Discover new Space equipment and solutions through the worldwide high-level exhibitors, live demonstrations and innovation challenges (supported by ESA).
  • Meet high-level visitors, exhibitors and speakers with your individual pre-scheduled agenda.
  • Identify worldwide trends and new technologies.
  • Be informed, think about the Space evolution through daily conferences with high-level decision makers, technical and operational experts from different countries.

Paris Space Week Accreditation Guidelines

The following persons are entitled to media accreditation:

Persons who can provide the following proof of journalistic (including photojournalistic) employment (related to the topic of the exhibition in question):

  1. Holders of a valid press card from a France or foreign journalists’ association.
  2. By presenting by-line articles published no earlier than six months before the time of the event.
  3. By presenting a legal notice in which they are named as editors, permanent editorial staff or authors, and which is no older than three months at the time of the event.
  4. By means of a weblink to an online publication that is well established in the space community in question and that can prove an adequate reach. Online media of this type must produce regular entries and the most recent article relating to the topic of the exhibition must be no older than three months.

We point out that presenting a press card is generally not, in itself, sufficient grounds for accreditation. The exhibition organiser reserves the right to request further proof of journalistic employment as specified in items 1 to 4.

The exhibition organiser reserves the right in individual cases to also demand presentation of a valid photo ID. There is no automatic right to accreditation. If necessary, the exhibition organiser shall exercise its domiciliary rights.

The following groups of persons shall not be accredited:

  • Persons without journalistic credentials, such as account managers, sales managers, advertising managers or webmasters, PR consultants and private companions.
  • Persons who present a written commission from a freelance journalist.
  • Meet high-level visitors, exhibitors and speakers with your individual pre-scheduled agenda.
  • Persons who are exclusively active in social networks in a private capacity.

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Prepare your attendance

  • Consult the press kit and press releases
  • Consult the online participants catalog (available in 2023)
  • Find out about the next conference program (available in 2023)
  • Consult the practical information