Bench Strength: Why Experience Matters

At Guardian Jet, one of our key differentiators is what we like to think of as our bench strength. We have 26 employees and only six of those are out in the field, getting new business.

The other 20 are helping those six really make sure their customers have a flawless transaction and experience with Guardian Jet.

In those 26 employees, we have:

  • 15 aircraft type ratings
  • 9 graduate business degrees
  • 3 Certified Public Accountants
  • Research staff
  • Director of technical services
  • Director of maintenance

 

So when we go do your aircraft transaction, that whole team is working with you. So you’re not just hiring one broker, you’re hiring a team of 26 people who will really help you have the best experience possible.

We think it’s critical to have a team of players — from operations and technical support to marketing and sales — who can take the reins in any situation, in order to ensure continuity and effectiveness.

Thanks to our experienced, cross-functional team, we can adapt quickly to changing customer and/or market needs.

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” ~ Charles Darwin

 

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