It is envisioned to presence in Namibia, Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa within the shortest possible time.
Shelton Nkomo, Public Relations Consultant from ALAS GROUP explained that ALAS GROUP strongly believes that an extension of its operations in Southern Africa would go a long way in fulfilling the UN SDGs.
“Our principal reason for expanding our business operations in the Southern African region is because we see the region as an unexploited opportunity to incorporate our business models, assisting an ailing aviation industry by stabilizing a fragile and crumbling economy.
As we’ve seen in many cases before, the sector needs to scale its surplus capacity to the actual market situation, and we believe that our solid quater-of-a-century experience is the right choice to turn this industry around.
One of the options we see as an immediate turn around solution for the region is, equity financing and freeing cash flow for other business- critical expenses, to minimize financial headaches in the future.
It’s important to align costs and expenses with revenue expectations, in order for the industry to stay both operational and profitable” said Chairman of the Group, Dustin Paul Wilden.
ALAS GROUP which is an international aviation consultancy organization, poised at connecting continents with its tested and proven aviation business solutions.
With over 25 years worth of experience in the aviation industry, its in-depth knowledge and expertise, supports a variety of customers all over the world, together with a network of global partners, thereby making the group a preferred all-rounder to date.
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