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Bombardier Business Aircraft reorganises its leadership team

Posted 21 September 2016 · Add Comment

Bombardier Business Aircraft has announced strategic changes to its leadership team and organisational structure.

Jean-Christophe Gallagher, formerly vice president, strategy, marketing and innovation, has been named vice president and general manager, customer experience.  Gallagher brings his proven insight and marketing leadership skills to an already strong and highly experienced Customer Services and Support team. He will report to David Coleal, President, Bombardier Business Aircraft. 

Andy Nureddin, a knowledgeable leader and the long-time face of customer support at Bombardier Business Aircraft, has been appointed vice president, customer support and training, reporting to Gallagher. Nureddin will be responsible for all aspects of customer support, including warranty administration, worldwide field support and customer care, technical publications and technical services, as well as the Business Aircraft training centres.

Gallagher and Nureddin will work closely together to build stronger relationships with customers, increase customer satisfaction and loyalty and accelerate the growth of the company's aftermarket business.

"Our customers are at the heart of everything we do and these changes will allow us to maintain a sharper focus on their needs and further enhance our overall services offering," said Gallagher. "I look forward to working with Andy and the rest of the team to create an exceptional experience for Bombardier Business Aircraft customers."

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