The UAESBC is honoured to host Mr Charles Galloway, Regional CEO (APAC) of dnata as our featured speaker in the upcoming session of our UAESBC Quarterly Talk Series. dnata is a leading global ground and cargo handling services for major international airlines across six continents. Join us in an intimate tea-time talk at the iconic landmark, the Singapore Cricket Club, on 23rd November as Mr Galloway shares his experience and expertise on the topic of "Post Covid Challenges Facing the Airline Industry". Details of the talk are as follows: Title: Post Covid Challenges Facing the Airline Industry Speaker: Mr Charles Galloway, Regional CEO (APAC), dnata Date: Wednesday, 23 Nov 2022 Time: 2.30 pm, Singapore Venue: Gilmour Room, Singapore Cricket Club, Connaught Drive, Singapore 179681 Registration: CLICK HERE to access Registration Form About the Speaker: Charles Galloway is the Regional Chief Executive Officer for the Asia Pacific region of dnata, a leading global ground and cargo handling services for major international airlines across six continents. Charles oversees operations at 13 airports in four countries, including Australia, Singapore, the Philippines and Indonesia, managing 4,800 aviation professionals. Charles has over 20 years of experience in the global aviation, travel and logistics industries. He has been with dnata for over three years, previously leading the commercial development of dnata’s international airport operations division globally. He has also been a board director of dnata USA since 2020. Prior to joining dnata, Charles held various senior leadership roles at Swissport International and Thomson Airways in both Switzerland and the UK. The talk is open to UAESBC members and the general public. Seats are limited so kindly CLICK HERE to register before Friday, 18th November 2022.
For further queries, please write to email@example.com. We look forward to host you at the event! * The UAESBC Quarterly Talk Series is an intimate platform featuring high profile speakers to UAESBC Members and the larger Singapore business community. It allows attendees direct access to the speaker during the Q&A session and encourage networking between all attendees. As UAESBC is a not-for-profit entity, the registration fee requested for the event is purely to cover the costs of venue booking and F&B, whilst all other costs are absorbed by the Council.