Ce mercredi soir, ici même à Montréal, ne manquez pas cette exceptionnelle conférence regroupant quatre conférenciers reconnus mondialement.
Quatre perspectives sur un même sujet qui touche directement la communauté aérospatiale du Québec et même au-delà.
AirInsight et Info Aéro Québec présentent ‘Program Outlooks and Sector Dynamics Impacting the Canadian Industry to 2030’.
AirInsight et Info Aéro Québec présentent
‘Program Outlooks and Sector Dynamics Impacting the Canadian Industry to 2030’
Suppliers and the production surge, Bombardier and Embraer program outlooks. A review of the 100-149 seat market.
Quatre présentations données par
Addison Schonland Founder and partner of AirInsight
Ernest Arvai President of AirInsight
Michel Merluzeau Director, Market Analysis & Strategy, AIR
Benoit Poirier Vice President and Director, Industrials, Transportation and Aerospace Analyst at Desjardins Capital Markets
|Lieu:||Sheraton Montréal Aéroport
555 boulevard McMillan Montréal, Québec H9P 1B7
|Date:||Le mercredi 17 mai 2017|
|Programme:||17h15 – 18h30||Accueil et cocktail de réseautage|
|18h30||Philippe Cauchi Ouverture|
|18h40||Michel Merluzeau ‘2030 Aerospace Industry Forecast’|
|19h00|| Benoit Poirier ‘Program outlooks and sector dynamics
and market impacting the Canadian industry’
|19h20|| Repas (entrée et plat principal)
|19h50|| Addison Schonland ‘Assessment and Outlook for Bombardier CSeries Program’
|20h10|| Ernest Arvai ‘Assessment and Outlook for Embraer E2 Jet Program’ The market for 100-149 seat jets
|20h30||Période de questions aux conférenciers durant le café et le dessert|
|Coût:||90,00$ toutes taxes comprises|
|Réservation:||En ligne sur le site Eventbrite à http:// www.eventbrite.com/e/billets-program-outlooks-and-sector-dynamics-impacting-the-canadian-industry-to-2030-33679290665?aff=affiliate1|
|Veuillez noter que toutes les présentations seront données en anglais.|
Addison Schonland is the founder and partner of AirInsight, a boutique commercial aerospace consulting firm. The firm has developed a significant following, and has become influential, as it is frequently quoted in the press. Prior to staring AirInsight, Addison worked as a consultant for various aerospace focused firms, including PA Consulting, Allegiant Systems, AvIntel and T2-Impact.
Dr. Schonland’s initial interest in aerospace dates to 1987, when he worked on the US Department of Commerce’s Survey of International Air Travelers. This project exposed Dr. Schonland to the airline and aviation world and he never looked back. This project required regular interaction with 75 international airlines, McDonnell Douglas, Boeing and Airbus. It was the largest airline survey in its time.
In 2008 Dr. Schonland started his doctorate in business administration with a focus in customer satisfaction. Completing this degree dovetailed with the emergence of social media and its usefulness as a customer satisfaction tool as well as a method of acquiring feedback. Dr. Schonland developed a real-time customer feedback system for a premier US limousine service and developed the reporting system. While working in travel and aerospace, an interest in large databases led to developing an online insurance claim system and an airline security system that validated airline passenger bookings immediately after 9/11. The latter system ran its validation within six seconds of a PNR being generated.
Dr. Schonland has degrees from the University of Cape Town and Rushmore University. Most recently he completed courses at University of Maryland, College Park (Surviving Disruptive Technologies) and at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Competitive Strategy).
Ernest S. Arvai is President of AirInsight Group, which includes our research and consultancy arm Air Insight Research and our media outlet AirInsight. Mr. Arvai specializes in strategy and market analysis in aerospace, and has more than 35 years experience in the industry.
Prior to AirInsight, Mr. Arvai built The Arvai Group, a company he founded in 1991, into a successful consultancy, and has been frequently called upon as an expert witness in aviation-related litigation. Before founding The Arvai Group, Mr. Arvai was Vice President – Technology Management at Battelle Memorial Institute, where he was responsible for their global management consulting practice, and a Director at Arthur D. Little where is headed the global Airline and Aviaiton business unit and co-chaired the firms travel, tourism and transportation practice.
Mr. Arvai holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from the University of Michigan and an MS in Industrial Administration from Carnegie-Mellon University. He is also an instrument-rated pilot and a Certified Public Accountant.
Mr. Arvai currently sits on the Board of Directors of Dexmet Corporation, which manufactures expanded metal used for lighting strike protection in composite aircraft. He was previously a Board Member at Liberty Aerospace, which manufactured a light training aircraft, Avatar Alliance, a aviation spare parts distribution company, Giro, Inc., an aviation warranty recovery company, and iIon, an early on-line travel portal.
Based in Seattle, Michel Merluzeau is Director, Market Analysis &
Strategy, Commercial – Defense Markets at AIR (AirInsight Research).
He brings twenty five years of aerospace consulting expertise, leading teams providing analysis and strategic insight. He is primarily responsible for establishing and reviewing AIR strategic priorities and translating them into research services & products across commercial aerospace and defense markets.
Over the years, Michel has managed projects ranging from complex end-user surveys, product launch strategies, competitive strategy & intelligence, including strategic analyses across civilian and military markets including special mission, fighter, transport and regional and business aircraft.
Prior to joining AirInsightResearch in early 2017, Michel was the Vice President, Strategy for Frost & Sullivan Aerospace & Defence group. Prior to this, he led G2 Solutions, a boutique market analysis firm based in Seattle for over eight years until 2014.
Mr. Merluzeau is a regular contributor to Speednews, PNAA, Frost & Sullivan, OAI and Aviation Today conferences and news/publications including; Aviation Today, NBC, WSJ, TVA, BBC, CNBC, Flight International, Avionics Magazine, Bloomberg News and Sky News
Benoit is Vice President and Director, Industrials, Transportation and Aerospace Analyst at Desjardins Capital Markets. He joined the firm as an associate in September 2002 and took over responsibility for coverage of his sector in June 2005. Prior to joining Desjardins, he had four years of experience in the investment industry, having spent 2½ years as an associate at a global investment dealer and 1½ years as an associate at another firm. Benoit holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree as well as an MBA degree from HEC Montréal. He received his CFA designation in 2005.
Having graduated in history, journalism and public relations, Philippe Cauchi began his professional career with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service as an analyst and investigator. In 1993, he switched to aerospace journalism and consulting. He wrote for various international aerospace publications journals and took public relations campaigns assignments.
For a few years before the collapse of Lehman Brothers , he advised potential business aircraft buyers.
In 2013, Mr. Cauchi launched with Daniel Bordeleau, the only website in Québec solely dedicated to the aerospace industry www.infoaeroquebec.net. Philippe Cauchi is regularly invited to comment on the world of aeronautics and aviation at Radio-Canada and TVA’s Canal Argent.