Fri, Oct 19, 2012
Two Briefings Planned To Maximize Availability For Convention-Goers
JetNet will present its annual JetNet iQ State of the Market Briefing at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) 2012 Convention in Orlando, Florida. The briefing will highlight key trends and insights from JetNet iQ (Intelligence Quarterly), the company’s forecasting and advisory service for business aviation.
The Briefing will be hosted by Rollie Vincent, JetNet iQ Creator/Director, and will feature Paul Cardarelli, JetNet Director of Sales & Marketing, and industry veteran Susan Sheets Brogan, newly named JetNet iQ Director, Special Programs. Topics will include the latest information on business aircraft transactions, inventory and utilization, and the factors driving people to buy—or delay buying—aircraft. Key results from JetNet iQ’s quarterly Global Business Aviation Surveys, which reach owners and operators in more than 100 countries, will be revealed, including those from the just-completed Q3 2012 Survey.
For the convenience of attendees, two identical briefings are planned, the first on Tuesday, October 30th from 11am until 12 noon (including a light lunch) and the second on the same day, Tuesday, October 30th from 3:00 to 4:00 (including coffee and snacks). Both will be held in the North Hall - Level Three, in Room N310-A/B at the Orange County Convention Center.
“Delivering real-time intelligence on the state of the business aviation industry is at the core of JetNet’s DNA,” said Vincent Esposito, JetNet President. “We are pleased to have the opportunity to share insights into the state of the market with NBAA 2012 attendees—on where we are now and, more importantly, where we’re going.”
JetNet iQ Reports are quarterly “state of the industry” research reports that include an overview of the economy, industry and competitive developments.
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