Now that we doubled our presence, how did the interviews go for us? Well, we had a lot of interviews in between the presentations. Each interview was time-boxed to 15 minutes. Out of experience 15 minutes can be over quickly and therefore you have to get your things done in order to get to know the pains of the interview partner and show the current state of Aeroji. As usual the initial planning of some of the meetings shifted, so our planning required lots of flexibility. However, this time was still quite different. We had some interview partners who had meetings with us for about an hour, talking about the state of the industry and how Aeroji can ease up the engine trading business. We believe that is exactly what you get when being more acknowledged by the industry, a professional exchange beyond the given time limits.
The overall impression of Aeroji was very positive. In every meeting everybody approved and liked Aeroji and our approach and even considered several options how the platform can be beneficial for their engine trading and assessment processes. Biggest pain for engine owners is handling paperwork properly. The multiple iterations of checking, correcting and getting signatures to validate the paperwork is time consuming according to the interviewees. Moreover, it was mentioned during one meeting, that the platform with its features will also have a positive effect on the helicopter engine business and their owners.
As for this conference it can be summed up as a success again due to the many interesting interviews and panel sessions we had. And we look forward to experience our third big event at Aviation Week Networks Aero Engines Americas 2021
end of June!