Navigating change: Digital Week conference returns in September
As the global aviation industry is battling to recover from the impact of the pandemic crisis, companies need to find innovative solutions to address the challenges. This September, one of the most prominent virtual conferences in aviation – AIR Convention Digital Week – returns to help people of aviation find new efficient ways to stay afloat in these turbulent times.
Slated to take place on September 14-17, 2020, Digital Week 2.0 steps in to start a timely conversation about facing down the pivotal moment in the industry. How to tackle the most pressing issues? How to navigate change and adapt as quickly as possible?
Featuring 50+ aviation thought-leaders as speakers, the conference is bringing clear, action-packed insight into keeping businesses driven under rapidly changing circumstances. From the airline business and airports to aviation IT and marketing, the speakers will cover a broad range of topics across different aviation sectors. Among the confirmed speakers so far are C-level representatives from Southwest Airlines, AirAsia India, Japan Airlines, EL AL Israel Airlines, and more.
Digital Week 2.0 comes hot on the heels of the previous conference that gathered 100,000 aviators across the world for a live discussion of the industry reshaped by the pandemic crisis.
For those looking for additional networking opportunities, the conference will offer access to the dedicated platform AIR Connections that is expected to welcome more than 500 C-level executives. Unlike other platforms of the kind, AIR Connections will be a meeting place for aviation professionals not just during 5 conference days, but for three weeks straight.
Register for the AIR Convention Digital Week in advance and pick your pass. The starter conference pass is free.
Lineup and agenda announcements will follow soon.
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