The founder of Anewworld, Laurent Husson, 46, has a true passion for technologies and aerospace adventures.
Beyond being a consultant in the sector for more than 20 years for a number of industrial actors and agencies (in Canada, the United States, Europe…) he created the first French magazine on Space Conquest History and is a co-playwright depicting the great feats in aviation. He also organized various conferences on the navigation satellite system Galileo, aircraft asset management and Green aircraft. His network includes more than 800 leaders and researchers from the worldwide aerospace sector.
Laurent Husson graduated from HEC business school (executive MBA) and is a member of the IFHE (the French Institute of Space History), founder of the space applications think tank “The Toulouse Space Club,” and representative of the Anewworld firm within the French American Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco, the world competitiveness cluster Aerospace Valley, and the AQA (the Quebec Aerospace Association) and associate member of the digital economic cluster, Digitalplace in Toulouse.
In 2013, Laurent Husson left Anewworld to join Telespazio France as vice president of sales and marketing department.
Stewart BAIN manages all Anewworld North America activities.
Stewart BAIN was the co-founder of the firm Explorer and manager of AON Explorer Canada. Long term Canadian partner with Laurent Husson, Stewart BAIN has worked with Laurent HUSSON for more than 15 years in the consulting sector.
He has more than 20 years experience working in the aerospace sector and 15 years experience in strategic consulting. For almost two years Stewart Bain has been an AQA (Quebec Aerospace Association) commission member and President of the Administration Counsel in charge of long term Quebec Aerospace industry development in cooperation with the main OEMs (industrial manufacturers) of the region. Stewart BAIN served as the Commercial Director in the US company EMS Technologies’ space department for many years. He is also a member of the AIAC (Aerospace Industries Association of Canada). He consults for EADS Astrium, Thales Alenia Space and Insiteo in the American market.
Stewart holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering specializing in structure and material sciences (Carleton University, Ottawa) as well as an MBA from Queen’s University in Kingston Ontario.