Asian Sky Group grows its sales presence in China

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce October 8, 2018 10:23

Asian Sky Group grows its sales presence in China

Hong Kong, October 08, 2018 – Hong Kong business aviation consulting firm Asian Sky Group (ASG) continues its expansion with the addition of Business Development Director, Vivi Liu.

“ASG’s strong market position requires the support of experienced and knowledgeable team members,” says ASG Managing Director, Jeffrey Lowe. “Vivi has both of those, along with the network and understanding of the Greater China business aviation market, which will be essential in helping the company to continue to succeed.”

With 10 years of experience in business aviation, Vivi began her journey with ground handling company Beijing Business Aviation Centre, a joint venture between Deer Jet and Jet Aviation.

As her entry point into the industry, Vivi started out as a Customer Service Manager where she ensured clients were satisfied upon arrival into Beijing Capital Airport and that flights were completed without issue. Vivi then transitioned into a Project Manager role with shareholder company Deer Jet. She worked in its Aircraft Management Department, where she was eventually promoted to Sales Centre Manager, handling current clients and seeking out new clients.

Vivi’s most recent role was with Hongkong Jet as Business Development Manager, where she worked for five years helping to develop the company’s aircraft management portfolio and saw it grow from eight aircraft when she started to over 30 by 2017.

“I’m happy to have the opportunity to work with ASG, a company I’ve heard a lot about throughout my time in the industry,” says Vivi. “While their work on the aircraft transaction side was what attracted me, I am eager to help promote all facets of ASG’s business, including market research, consulting, charter and media. I am hopeful my prior experience will aid in ASG’s success.”

ASG’s sales and acquisition services are supported by its offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Singapore and Johannesburg, South Africa.

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce October 8, 2018 10:23

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