JETNET has announced its 2021 JETNET iQ Global Business Aviation Summit advocacy speakers. The Summit brings together some of business aviation's top leaders to discuss ideas that will guide the future of the industry. The panel discussions will take place in person at the 10th JETNET iQ Summit 15 and 16 September at TWA Hotel at JFK airport in New York.
“These panel discussions are incredibly important to help steer business aviation toward a flourishing market in the post-pandemic era,” states Rolland Vincent, JETNET iQ creator and director. “We look forward to a very engaging and open dialogue with attendees, and especially doing so in-person. Away from the fatigue of computer meetings, the Summit will provide a refreshing reset for essential, straightforward industry discussion.”
Panellists at this year's event include EBAA secretary general Athar Husain Khan, GAMA president and CEO Pete Bunce, IBAC director general Kurt Edwards, NATA president and CEO Tim Obitts and NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen.
Paul Cardarelli, JETNET iQ Summit co-chair and JETNET's VP of sales, also emphasised the speakers' importance at this year's summit. “Even as we get back to the routine of business flight again, there are many topics, we as an industry, need to get ahead of,” he comments. “Strategic planning, fleet forecasting, sales, marketing and investor and stock analyses all need to be looked at with new vision and new ideas in this new world. Our advocacy speakers are the best at what they do and are the exact people you want to hear these ideas from.”
The 10th Summit promises to be an intimate gathering of a who's who of business aviation discussing the present and future of the industry, with predictions, industry revelations and insights from global leaders. The fast-paced summit will also allow attendees time to meet their contemporaries, network and develop topics outside of scheduled sessions.