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AerData Customer & Partner Conference 2014

Monday, 4 August 2014

UPDATE: Booking now closed


Just a quick blog from the marketing team about our upcoming conference:

Preparation is going well for our second Customer & Partner Conference in September. The marketing team is busy co-ordinating the event, producing new brochures and organising the program to ensure it’s a valuable, rewarding and enjoyable experience for everyone. Spaces are limited, so I would urge you to book your place as soon as possible. With over 100 delegates from leading airlines and leasing companies already registered, you won’t want to miss it!

This year we have streamlined the booking process, to make it easier for you to book. Just a couple of quick questions, and you’re done! We have also tailored the program to include both novice and expert sessions. It’s a great opportunity for you to learn from real life case studies, implement best practices, hear the latest trends and develop better processes…. Not to mention networking with your fellow industry peers. Of course you will also get to meet and spend quality time with the wider AerData team in a professional yet open and relaxed environment.


Expert Guest Speakers:

Nick Edge, Emirates

Robert Hoshida, MCAP Group

Manuel Kliem, Soft Aviation

Joseph Venuto, Aercap

Keynote Speaker:

John B Maggiore, Boeing

Conference Venue - Beurs van Berlage:

Beurs van Berlage is one of the most important and famous historical monuments in the Netherlands. The building is not only of great importance in terms of the architecture, it also has a very interesting history and is home to many hidden treasures. 110 years ago, The Beurs van Berlage was opened by the then 23 year old Queen Wilhelmina, in the presence of hundreds of national and international dignitaries. Since then, millions of people have visited the Beurs van Berlage.

In the golden 17th century, in Amsterdam, a world first occurred, Beurs became the first permanent place where shares were traded. These were the shares of the first public company in the world, the East India Company. 300 years later, in 1903, Architect HP Berlage opened the 3rd Berlage Amsterdam Stock Exchange, a building that really caused a stir, and is now recognised as the beginning of modern architecture in the Netherlands.

Evening Entertainment Program:

Welcome Drinks:

On Tuesday 2nd September, based on delegate feedback from last year, we have organised a welcome drinks reception which will take place at the IGC.

Salonboot Prince van Oranje:

Salonboot Prince van Oranje was built in Amsterdam in 1908, and is the largest Dutch 3 deck saloon boat in Amsterdam. This beautifully restored boat is finished in the classic style of the early 1900s, with tropical wood, bevelled glass, chandeliers, polished brass and rich fabrics to create the atmosphere of a bygone era. AerData has exclusive use of the Salonboot Prins van Oranje on the evening of 3rd September, where we will host a drinks reception, followed by an Indonesian buffet, cruise and disco.


If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch. I look forward to meeting everyone in September.

Sharon Heaton

Marketing Executive, AerData