ParkCloud to speak at ACI Europe Conference

ParkCloud has been invited to ACI Europe’s Regional Airports Conference and Exhibition in Madeira.

Hosted by Aeroportos de Madeira, the event takes place from 12th to 14th May 2014, at the exclusive Vidamar Resort, in Funchal. ParkCloud’s Mark Pegler will be addressing delegates on the subject of optimising non-aeronautical revenue, one of the event’s key discussion points, and how parking can play a key role in this side of airport business.

ACI Europe is the European branch of the Airports Council International, and organises some of the most important industry events each year. Based in Brussels, the organisation represents more than 400 airports in over 40 countries, and promotes the development of the European aviation industry and its worldwide connections.

Its Regional Airports Conference aims to offer a networking and learning opportunity for players in the regional aviation sector. More than 200 delegates are already confirmed to be visiting the 2014 event. See the full list of speakers on the event website.

Pegler will be speaking with Ralf Schmid, CEO of Memmingen Allgäu Airport, an existing user of ParkCloud’s >Direct parking reservations product. The collaboration rapidly developed into a ParkCloud success story, with thousands of bookings generated for the airport’s car parks through a range of marketing channels provided by ParkCloud alongside the airport’s own website. Along with the airport’s car parks, further promotional offers and duty free shopping will soon be launched via ParkCloud’s systems.

If you are attending ACI Europe’s Regional Airports Conference in 2014, we look forward to seeing you there.

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ParkCloud, founded in 2008, is a global provider of car park reservation systems and online marketing services, operating more than 100 websites in 26 different languages, on behalf of hundreds of car parks across 36 countries on 5 continents.

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