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Avtrade appoints Hürcan Asik as Regional VP Sales - Turkey

Posted 11 April 2016 · Add Comment

Avtrade has announced the appointment of Hürcan Asik as Regional VP Sales – Turkey.

With strong sales and aviation industry knowledge predominantly gained at World Class MRO AFI KLM E&M and Transavia Airlines in Turkey, Hürcan (right) joins Avtrade to take up the new role of Regional VP Sales – Turkey.

Based in Istanbul, in this new role, Hürcan will be responsible for increasing sales, developing new business opportunities, building customer relationships and delivering high quality dedicated account management.

Hürcan offers valuable component knowledge and experience plus an in depth understanding of airline operations and customer requirements specific to Avtrade’s Turkish customer base. A native Turkish speaker, with fluency in English, he has the necessary attributes to successfully build strong business relationships and growth within the Turkish region.

 

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