Jul 26, 2012
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The company participated in the Future of Trade Africa expo and the Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa Export Import Forum, which was held at Gallagher Estate, in Midrand, from July 15 to 17.
The conferences were attended by companies investing and trading in Africa and aimed to facilitate deals, set up meetings between suitable companies and showcase products and services.
The company also attended the Business Traveller Africa conference and expo in Lagos, Nigeria, on July 23. The conference brought together industry delegates to discuss and explore African business travel, with particular focus on the Economic Community of West African States region.
“As trade and enterprise develop across Africa, business aviation will play a pivotal role in bringing dealmakers together. We have gone to great lengths to establish a wider footprint for ExecuJet in Africa. These three conferences give us welcome opportunities to present ExecuJet Africa’s expertise in safe and efficient business aviation ope- rations across the region,” says ExecuJet Africa MD Ettore Poggi.
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