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MARPA Conference Expects Record Attendance; Record Opportunities

With over 200 early registrants, MARPA remains ahead of last year’s record-setting pace for attendance.  What does a higher attendance level mean for you, as an attendee?  It means that you have more opportunity to turn a profit while you are learning about the best ways to navigate the new regulations and standards that apply to our business.

This year, the MARPA Conference will host more air carrier personnel than ever before.  This means increased opportunities to enter into new business arrangements.  We will see an increase in non-air carrier operators as well as MROs, and these companies also represent important opportunities to strike new bargains.

Looking for fabrication partners?  You’ll find them at the Conference.  Looking for marketing partners or distributors?  You’ll find them at the Conference, too.

At its core, the purpose of MARPA’s Annual Conference is to spread information that the PMA sector of the aviation industry needs to remain successful.  But that doesn’t mean that we can’t use the Conference as a networking opporuntity that will lead to increased business, as well.

MARPA already encourages all operators that attend to bring their “wish lists” of parts that they would like to see brought to market.  These lists can help encourage PMA manufacturers to design and build the parts that the operators need.

MARPA members with new parts coming to market – new ideas or recently PMAed-articles – should also be sure to come prepared to discuss their new developments with customers.  From the evening reception on the 27th (sponsored by Heico), to the extra-long breaks, our agenda is designed to encourage members to accomplish a little business while you are there.

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About Jason Dickstein

Mr. Dickstein is the President of the Washington Aviation Group, a Washington, DC-based aviation law firm. He represents several aviation trade associations, including the Aviation Suppliers Association, the Aircraft Electronics Association, the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association and the Modification and Replacement Parts Association.

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