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The 2017 ACI-NA Business of Airports Conference is your non-stop connection to the next-level of thinking for commercial and property management, finance, and human resources professionals. From strategies to recruit and retain the next generation of airport leaders, to the latest in airport food and beverage, specialty retail, and services to maximize your non-aeronautical revenue, Business of Airports is where you'll discover the next big ideas that will shape the airport experience.
Direct Benefits for Attendees:
- Learn → Get valuable insights and ideas on every dimension of airport management.
- Network → Share notes with your peers and meet new colleagues and vendors.
- Strategize → Develop new strategies for moving your airport forward.
- Advance → Sharpen your skills, deepen your knowledge, take your career to the next level.
“The Business of Airports Conference is a perfect venue to learn about what’s new and successful in airport innovation, the challenges and opportunities airports are facing and how they are managing them, and to collaborate on ideas which will benefit the aviation industry in conjunction with our business partners. The sessions and networking opportunities are great informational and educational forums.”
- Bryant Francis, Director of Aviation, Port of Oakland
Reach Aviation Leaders:
Over 100 North American airports were represented at the 2016 Business of Airports, and 78% of attendees are executive-level decision-makers such as:
Who Should Attend?
- Airport Directors
- Finance Professionals
- Property and Commercial Management Professionals
- Concessions Professionals
- Human Resources Professionals
- Customer Service Professionals
- Professionals interested in learning about aviation trends or meeting industry leaders
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