Starting a Technology Company in Aviation

Author: 
Chris Groh
Kerry Frank

On this episode of the Runway.VC podcast, we talk with Kerry Frank, the Founder and CEO of Comply 365 - a software company responsible for bringing airlines into the mobile age.

Kerry and I talk about a number of different including: how she started a company in the industry with zero aviation or technical experience, the journey she wen through with her family and how they dealt with the struggles and celebrated the successes, and how she grew a business from only a few people to over 60 employees that works with 70% of the North American airlines.

Finally, we wrap up our conversation talking about how Kerry sees the industry moving into using wearable technology and how airports need to start moving towards using a centralized management system.

For more information about Comply365 and Kerry, check out the links below:

Website: www.comply365.com

Twitter: www.twitter.com/comply365

Kerry's Blog: www.kerryfrank.com

Kerry on Twitter: www.twitter.com/kerryfrank365

Be sure to follow us on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/runwayvc and our website: www.runway.vc

As always, we want to thank Bruno Misonne for our intro music. To listen to more of Bruno Misonne, check out his website for the full album: www.brunomisonne.com. As well as thank, Kutchins & Groh, an airport planning firm that specializes with capital planning and helping airport prepare for future development. Check out their website at: www.kutchins-groh.com.

 

Date recorded: 
Sunday, March 5, 2017

ACC: Rethinking Airport Resiliency in the Aftermath of COVID-19

Rethinking Airport Resiliency in the Aftermath of COVID-19

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, airports and their stakeholders are managing disruption unlike any previously experienced in the modern world. With an unprecedented decrease in aircraft and passenger traffic, growing economic stress, and further uncertainty ahead, airports require resilient financial and operational planning to ride out COVID-19 and to plan for the post-pandemic future.

Survival for airports requires re-prioritizing previously identified plans, exploring new ways to operate and fund airport operations, and learning from past experiences to improve an airport’s ability to succeed in the future. This guidance provides direction for airport operators and consultants, including planners and emergency management staff, on how airports can enhance resilience to weather the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for future disruptions ahead.

.



# # #
 

# # #