NetJets Executive Vice President, to participate on BoldIQ led panel
Bram van der Ploeg, Executive Vice President of Scheduling and Logistics at NetJets, will be a panelist on the ‘Competing and Growing in the On-Demand World’ panel at the upcoming Wharton Aerospace this November.
Bram has a wealth of experience when it comes to the world of On-Demand, holding various leadership positions at NetJets, the world’s largest on-demand aircraft operator, and prior to that, consulting at Cambridge Technology Partners.
The 2016 Wharton Aerospace panel will be about Competing and Growing In The ‘On-Demand’ World. Like every other part of our lives, the need and desire for ‘on-demand’ is quickly changing aerospace & defense – from airlines, to logistics, from drone missions to mafucaturing, everything is moving towards a real-time dynamic environment.
Gone are the days of long-term planning and “simply” dealing with disruptions. Today, everything is based around continuous change and disruptions.
Customers want their service now, when and where they ask for it. But with this ‘on-demand’ culture comes a risk of great inefficiency, waste, pollution and increasing costs.
Led by Roei Ganzarski, President & CEO of BoldIQ, panelists will share perspectives on how they do more with their resources while decreasing waste and at the same time growing and competing in the ‘I want it now’ world.