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ThrustMe Announces Decarsin as Marketing and Comms Head

NorSat-TD satellite with ThrustMe’s NPT30-I2 electric propulsion system. Credit: ThrustMe

Ibadan, 12 June 2024. – ThrustMe, an in-orbit propulsion system Company, has announced the appointment of Pia Decarsin as the new Head of Marketing and Communications. This strategic hire comes as ThrustMe continues its growth, now boasting a dynamic team of 40.

Pia Decarsin joins ThrustMe with over a decade of experience in strategic communications, content creation, and media relations for international organizations. Her extensive expertise spans the SaaS industry, the global Language Service Provider (LSP) market, and the tech media landscapes in both the U.S. and Europe. This diverse background consequently makes Pia the ideal fit for ThrustMe’s innovative and rapidly growing team.

Pia’s role at ThrustMe will involve leading all marketing and communication efforts, enhancing brand visibility, and driving engagement with key stakeholders across the globe. Furthermore, her strategic vision and expertise will support ThrustMe’s mission to revolutionize space propulsion systems and establish a sustainable presence in the space industry.

Speaking about her appointment, Pia Decarsin, said, I am excited to join ThrustMe at such an exciting time. The company’s innovative approach and commitment to advancing space technology are truly inspiring. I look forward to contributing to its success and helping to shape the future of space mobility.”

Likewise, Ane Aanesland, CEO and co-founder of ThrustMe, commented, “I am excited to welcome Pia as our new Head of Marketing and Communication. Her unique background and experience with global markets, coming from outside the space industry, will be a tremendous asset for ThrustMe.” The CEO also added, “This hire comes at a crucial juncture as we transition from product development to global product delivery, moving from pioneering innovation to market leadership.”

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