Making Money in MRO

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Partnerships and joint ventures are flourishing around the world, as program development, operations and the supply chain becomes more interconnected. This means opportunities, but you need to know how to find the best partners--and money--to make them happen.


We just finalized a panel for MRO Americas about creating partnerships--and I urge you to attend. The participants are amazingly talented and will share best practices--and give you insight--on how they've established their business. This panel is designed to be an interactive workshop--so come and engage and learn with us on April 8 from 11:45-1:30!

As you can see from the talented participants below, we've got two airline MROs that merged (Air France/KLM), an OEM that is working with a start-up MRO in the Middle East (Lockheed Martin/Skyone), an investor (Moelis Capital, which has invested in several aviation companies), and a JV between GE/Accenture that uses data to help airlines prevent operational disruptions (Taleris).

Norman Baker, President & CEO, Taleris

Edith Collard, Business Development Financial Director, Air France KLM Engineering and Maintenance

Amy Gowder, VP, Kelly Aviation Center Montreal (Lockheed Martin)

Amy Hamel, Business Development Director, Air France KLM Engineering and Maintenance

Jim Johnston, Partner, Moelis Capital Partners

Sam Sayani, CEO, Skyone Maintenance

I'm moderating and hope to see you there!

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