Dublin | October 11, 2019–The “Airport Sleeping Pods – Market Analysis, Trends, and Forecasts” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Airport Sleeping Pods market worldwide is projected to grow by US$26.4 Million, driven by a compounded growth of 5.6%.

Airport Single-Occupancy Sleeping Pods, one of the segments analyzed and sized in this study, displays the potential to grow at over 5.8%. The shifting dynamics supporting this growth makes it critical for businesses in this space to keep abreast of the changing pulse of the market. Poised to reach over US$52.3 Million by the year 2025, Airport Single-Occupancy Sleeping Pods will bring in healthy gains adding significant momentum to global growth.

Representing the developed world, the United States will maintain a 6.4% growth momentum. Within Europe, which continues to remain an important element in the world economy, Germany will add over US$1.2 Million to the region’s size and clout in the next 5 to 6 years. Over US$1.2 Million worth of projected demand in the region will come from Rest of Europe markets.

In Japan, Airport Single-Occupancy Sleeping Pods will reach a market size of US$4.1 Million by the close of the analysis period. As the world’s second largest economy and the new game changer in global markets, China exhibits the potential to grow at 5.5% over the next couple of years and add approximately US$4.6 Million in terms of addressable opportunity for the picking by aspiring businesses and their astute leaders.

Presented in visually rich graphics are these and many more need-to-know quantitative data important in ensuring quality of strategy decisions, be it entry into new markets or allocation of resources within a portfolio. Several macroeconomic factors and internal market forces will shape growth and development of demand patterns in emerging countries in Asia-Pacific. All research viewpoints presented are based on validated engagements from influencers in the market, whose opinions supersede all other research methodologies.

Competitors identified in this market include:

  • GoSleep
  • Minute Suites, LLC
  • napcabs GmbH
  • Snooze At My Space
  • SnoozeCube

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United Kingdom | April 30, 2018– STG Aerospace is delighted that Ruth Williams has joined the company as Head of Marketing. She will have a key role to play in developing and implementing a brand strategy aimed at raising global awareness of the company’s aircraft cabin lighting solutions and increasing market share across its entire photoluminescent and LED product range.

Having previously held positions as Director of Marketing at Restore Digital and Head of Corporate Communications at PHS Group, Ruth is highly skilled in all aspects of integrated B2B marketing and corporate communications, including social media and public relations.

Ruth has also been appointed to the position of Ambassador to Business Services on the new Welsh regional board of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM). In short, Ruth is set to become a prominent role model for women in management in Wales.

Speaking of her new role, she said: “I’m very excited to play a part in cementing our status as a key technical innovator. I have huge ambitions for the company’s future, building our brand equity as well as reaching out to engage with new customers. I’m thrilled to be part of the STG Aerospace story for 2018 and beyond.”

Communications expert with a long-standing track record in aviation IT

Raunheim | January 8, 2018– Lufthansa Systems today announced that Ansgar Lübbehusen took over as the company’s Head of Marketing & Communications effective January 1, 2018. In this role he will be responsible not only for communications but also for the entire marketing activities of Lufthansa Systems.

Ansgar Lübbehusen started his career at Lufthansa Systems in 2004 after earning a degree in business administration. In the more than 13 years that he has worked for the aviation IT specialist, he has held various positions in Marketing, Communications and Business Development. After five years in Strategic Marketing, Lübbehusen worked for Lufthansa Systems Americas in the USA from 2009 to 2013. During this time, he was responsible for marketing and market development as well as press and public relations.

Back in Germany, he worked in Business Development at Airline Solutions, taking over a leading position in project management in which he managed communications via online platforms, among other things. In June 2015, Ansgar Lübbehusen took over as Head of Corporate Communications and press spokesman.

More information on Ansgar Lübbehusen on the social Web: Xing;LinkedIN

  • Industry’s most advanced global marketing platform gives airlines greater control over the mix and measure of marketing content to create a compelling passenger experience and maximize additional revenues

Singapore | October 25, 2016– Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic) has today announced the launch of Captify Inflight Marketing and Advertising Services (Captify). Captify, which is the aviation industry’s most advanced inflight marketing platform, delivers all the key features needed by airlines, their external partners and paying advertisers. The platform comprises the software tools and support teams that power the largest inflight marketing solution in the world – reaching 1.3 billion travelers a year.

Captify enables airlines to target by seat class, route, device, language, and passenger data. With no changes to on-board media, it can increase or decrease ad loads, cap the frequency of marketing campaigns, and deliver detailed usage data in real-time. This allows airlines to optimize promotions for a wide range of optional services, partnerships, loyalty programs, and paid advertising all within a compelling passenger experience. The platform delivers video, native display, and sponsorship options for high-impact, fraud-free marketing with best-in-class targeting and results.

Using this information, Captify helps airlines and their marketing and sales partners learn more about their customers by bringing together all the passenger and behavioral data, so airlines can gain intelligence and inform business or service strategies. That means marketing and media data that are accurate, integrated, actionable and fully supported by Panasonic’s expert account management and training teams in real-time.

Captify is built to fit any airline’s business model, with access for internal marketers, external sales teams, and ongoing trafficking and testing support from Panasonic. The
full-service platform includes ground-side tools for scheduling and analytics of marketing campaigns; air-side servers and APIs to integrate with any aircraft’s inflight entertainment or connectivity systems; plus Panasonic’s dedicated service teams working hand-in-hand with airlines partners, media agencies, and content providers.

Paul Margis, CEO of Panasonic Avionics, comments: “Airlines are increasingly focusing on non-ticket revenue to deliver profitability. At Panasonic we view the modern aircraft as a ‘business platform’ – because our systems play an integral part in helping airlines reach their ancillary-revenue goals.

“Inflight media and marketing are rich with distinctive opportunities, and Panasonic is leading the way and is committed to supporting our airline partners as they adopt the technology.”

  • Wojick retiring after 36-year commercial airplanes career

Seattle, WA | October 14, 2016– Boeing [NYSE: BA] today announced that Ihssane Mounir has been named the new vice president of Sales and Marketing for Commercial Airplanes. Mounir succeeds John Wojick, who is retiring after 36 years of company service, effective early 2017.

In his new role, Mounir is responsible for the sales and marketing of all commercial airplanes and related services to airlines and leasing customers in all markets worldwide. His team’s duties include sales strategy, operations and customer relationships.

“Ihssane is a seasoned sales leader with in-depth knowledge of Boeing customers worldwide,” said Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and CEO Ray Conner. “His extensive knowledge of our products and services puts him in the best position to help our customers address their fleet and operational needs and be successful in today’s competitive environment.”

Mounir has held several leadership positions within Boeing’s Sales organization, mostly recently as vice president of Sales for Northeast Asia.

He previously served as vice president of Marketing, Sales Strategy and Operations, responsible for developing and implementing cross-regional strategies for Commercial Airplanes.

Prior to that assignment, Mounir led Commercial Airplanes Sales efforts in many regions across the world. Previously, Mounir was the vice president of Sales for Latin America, Africa and the Caribbean. He also served in Sales leadership roles in Europe, Central Asia and Africa.

Mounir joined Boeing as a senior aerodynamics engineer in 1997. He earned Bachelors and Masters degrees in aerospace engineering from Wichita State University.

Conner thanked Wojick for his decades of service to Boeing and leadership of the team that sold thousands of airplanes to customers worldwide.

“John’s retirement caps an outstanding 36-year Boeing career that has included assignments in engineering and all facets of commercial airplanes sales and marketing,” Conner said. “As the leader of our Sales team since 2012, he has consistently demonstrated the integrity, tenacity, courage and commitment it takes to compete aggressively and win in the marketplace. Under his leadership, our Sales and Marketing organization has sharpened its focus on our customers, continued to earn their trust and maintain their loyalty.”

The new regional leader for Northeast Asia Sales will be named at a later time.