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JetHQ opens Egypt sales base

Posted 19 November 2020 · Add Comment

Aircraft transaction and brokerage company JetHQ has expanded its capabilities to meet the needs of its clients in Egypt by appointing Sherif Abouzeid to head its newly created office in the country as vice president of sales, Egypt.

Sherif Abouzeid to head JetHQ's newly created office in Egypt. Image:  JetHQ

“Sherif has a proven ability to envision working hypotheses and seeing them through,” said JetHQ founder and managing director Garett Jerde. “His understanding of the premium goods market translates well to the needs of aviation buyers and sellers. With a pipeline of opportunities in the public and private sector, he is well-positioned to tap into a diverse network to benefit his clients.”

Abouzeid joins JetHQ Middle East team, which includes operations in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He will work under Rebecca Johnson, President of JetHQ EMEA.

Earlier this year, JetHQ also expanded its footprint with India, Latin America and Mexico and the United States.

 

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