The glitz and glamour of EBACE concluded for another year last Thursday. Organisers reported that the event was once again a ‘powerful and forward-looking showcase for the European business aviation industry.’

EBAA Chairman, Juergen Wiese said, “This was a decidedly upbeat, optimistic EBACE week, which highlighted the passion and enthusiasm at the heart of the business aviation community.”

Our team were there once again exhibiting and helping jobseekers during our CV Surgery sessions. If you missed the session, you can download our ‘How to write a standout CV in the aviation industry’ here.

Following on from our CV Surgery, we were also involved in EBACE’s Careers in Business Aviation Day.

If you were there, you’d have seen our Marketing Executive, Debbie Holden and Manager, Imraan Rasul (far right) giving advice to aspiring aviation professionals at their roundtable discussion. Session moderator, Peter Korns said, “These people really represent the diversity of career opportunities within the industry.”

The roundtable discussion concluded a morning of discussions and talks at the Innovation Zone, all aimed at helping nurture the future of aviation professionals.

To read more about the Careers in Business Aviation day, click here

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