ATC Global reaffirms its position as the place to do business for the international ATMcommunity with the release of exclusive video footage from last month’s event.
The videos further demonstrate the unique position of ATC Global within the international ATM market, showcasing the quality, diversity and geographical reach of its attendee base alongside the delivery of a world-class, content-rich education programme.
A truly global gathering of the ATM community
ATM buyers from 107 countries attended including senior delegations from China, South East Asia, Latin America, Europe and the Middle East
One of the largest international delegations was from China, with over 70 senior ATM professionals from the CAAC ATMB, the Hong Kong CAD and all regional Chinese ATM Bureaus present.
Mr. Zhao Fan, Director at the Technical Center CAAC ATMB, commented, “It has been extremely important for us to attend ATC Global to engage with other ATM professionals from across the world, meet with technology suppliers and participate in key discussions on the future of the industry and the part China will play over the next few years.”
Senior ATM buyers congregated in Amsterdam to conduct business
ATC Global played host to a wide range of international ATM buyers, with a marked increased in buyer seniority – a rise of 5% in the number of Presidents, Directors and Senior Managers.
The 2013 event also saw the return of the VIP Hosted Buyer Programme which this year welcomed senior ANSP procurement personnel from 17 countries. As part of the programme, the ATC Global team facilitated over 400 meetings with exhibitors and these buyers alone represented in excess of $700million in planned investment.
The event also continued to attract the full spectrum of ATM sectors including notable increases in representations from airports, airlines and the military.
“ATC Global was a great success for us. The success is related to the critically important Hosted Buyer Programme. The qualification of our visitors proved to be beneficial for both parties. Intelcan is looking forward to continuing its support to, and presence at, ATC Global 2014”, commented Amanda Ellis, Director, Intelcan.
Conference, Workshops and Seminars tackle the hard issues of ATM
Conference, seminar and workshop attendees at ATC Global 2013 heard a wide range of industry experts and decision-makers address some of the tough, usually unaddressed, issues confronting ATM managers today
Sylviane Lust, Director General of IACA said; “We work in an industry with a lot of slogan and communication. Here [at the ATC Global conference] we have the chance to show figures and really to have a reality check from our point of view, I believe it is always important to convey that message.”