Airlinetrends.com and LIFT to offer pax experience workshops

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Airlinetrends.com and LIFT Strategic Design have joined forces to provide airlines with on-site ‘PAXEX360 Passenger Xperience Workshops’ that explore trends in airline customer experience, followed by interactive discussions where key staff can identify priorities for future product, service and brand development.

The ultimate goal of the workshops is to help airlines optimize their investment in customer experience, through better understanding of passenger needs, faster responses to changing consumer preferences and clearer differentiation. Collectively, say the two partners, these factors lead to repeat purchase and higher yield.

Airline management will be familiarized with trends around the world in every phase of the customer journey, from technology to marketing, and from design to service delivery. Key representatives then explore their own customer experience development in the context of the trends, identifying target areas for future action. Potential topics of discussion include brand strategy and positioning, product development and implementation, design, marketing communications and internal organization.

The workshops will be conducted by airlinetrends.com founder Raymond Kollau and LIFT founder Daniel Baron. An expert in airline trend research, Kollau brings many years of experience analyzing industry and consumer trends, and is also an analyst at leading consumer trends agency trendwatching.com. LIFT’s Baron brings expertise in brand strategy and design, cabin design and customer experience development for start-up, LCC and full-service airlines.

In a joint statement, Kollau and Baron said, “Airlines have limited time and resources, but the market around them is evolving faster than ever. This joint PAXEX360 offering enables key decision makers to very quickly understand both the big picture and the small details, and provides a platform for informally, yet concisely, identifying key strategic targets for improvement, with the long-term aim of increasing loyalty and yield.”

Kollau and Baron continued, “We are also tailoring PAXEX360 workshops for airline supplier partners. They have told us they are keen to improve their products and services to airlines, and face the same pressure on resources and exposure to various risks. Suppliers can greatly benefit from learning what the trends are and how they are influenced by general consumer trends. By gaining better understanding of the inner workings of airlines, they can also more efficiently allocate resources.”

The PAXEX360 workshops are best-suited for executive level management as well as division managers in marketing, product development/innovation and inflight service.

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