Richard Pinkham to join expanded Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation operation in Singapore
(SINGAPORE: 07 September 2005) The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation
is pleased to announce Mr Richard Pinkham will join the Centre’s Singapore
office, providing a major boost to its information services, marketing and consulting
capability. The appointment also marks the start of a major push by the Centre
into the Southeast Asian market.
Peter Harbison, Managing Director of the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation, says Richard will provide highly valuable aviation industry analysis and editorial comment. “We welcome Richard into our expanding team. The appointment coincides with an expansion of the Centre’s operations in Southeast Asia, reflection a burgeoning strategic consulting business in the region”, said Mr Harbison.
Mr Pinkham will also take a lead role in producing the Centre’s flagship publication, Aviation Analyst-Asia Pacific, which is distributed each month to the leaders of the region’s major aviation organisations.
In addition to taking over the production of Aviation Analyst-Asia Pacific, the Centre’s Singapore operation, headed by Ms Alice Goh, will continue to provide marketing support for the Centre’s conferences and events. The next conference is the Second Annual Indian Subcontinent Low Cost Airline Symposium in Mumbai on 6-7 October 2005 and has already attracted speakers and delegates from every start-up airline (operating and proposed) in India, plus several full service carriers from India and the Middle East.