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Golubtsov brings comms expertise to The ACA
With a background in marketing and business development, Alex Golubtsov has worked in the tech sector where he was responsible for building and managing relationships with a range of clients across the UK and EU.
Within his role, Golubtsov will be working with the delivery of existing initiatives across The ACA's working groups, conducting research and help to reinforce engagement with members.

The Air Charter Association (The ACA) is further expanding its executive team with the creation of a new communications executive role to support the association's ongoing plans for growth and development.

Alex Golubtsov is joining The ACA as communications executive to enhance the association's ability to develop the profile of air charter industry, sharing the flexibility, quality service, economic value and global importance of air charter companies. Within his role, Golubtsov will be working with the delivery of existing initiatives across The ACA's working groups, conducting research and help to reinforce engagement with members.

With a background in marketing and business development, Golubtsov most recently worked in the tech sector where he was responsible for building and managing relationships with a range of clients across the UK and EU markets in areas including fintech, mobility and cybersecurity in addition to FTSE 100 firms.

He says: “I'm delighted to be joining a team of industry experts, and I look forward to engaging with our members and supporting the executive team in promoting The ACA's work on sustainability, innovation, industry affairs and best practices.”

Glenn Hogben, chief executive, The ACA, comments: “It is great to have Alex joining the team and to be continuing our strategic development plan. Alex brings capabilities to enable further progression of our work to highlight the importance of our industry and the critical service our members provide combined with supporting our members with industry affairs and our collective goal to progressively improve sustainability and ultimately achieve zero-emission flights.”

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