AJW Group appoints Henry Game as Chief Strategy Officer

In-depth commercial and operational knowledge of the aviation sector and extensive international business experience positions Henry Game as the lynchpin of AJW’s new global management team
Henry Game has accepted the new role of Chief Strategy Officer within the AJW Group. Game will help define and deliver that strategy, ensuring that the diverse AJW organisation meets its strategic objectives. He will foster and enable change where necessary to nurture and support AJW’s business ethos of flexibility and innovation within the complex and dynamic aviation environment.
Game was previously Chief Executive Officer of Bland Group Holdings, a diverse privately owned family group with businesses and investments in the UK (manufacturing, precision engineering, travel and transportation, and property), as well as internationally in the US, Gibraltar and the Western Mediterranean.
Prior to this, Game was Managing Director of Hovertravel Ltd., managing all operational, financial and commercial aspects of the business. His operational roles within the airline industry include Regional General Manager for easyJet, spearheading the integration and transition of the GB Airways personnel into the combined operation predominantly at Gatwick Airport, and responsible for the UK operation of easyJet.
Christopher Whiteside, President – AJW Group, said: “Henry’s ability to offer broad transferable experience and understanding, combined with his excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and a reputation for meeting new challenges, will fit with AJW’s adaptive nature within the aircraft component support world and the ever- changing demands of the business.”
Game will report directly to AJW Group President, Christopher Whiteside and the Group board and will work alongside Boris Wolstenholme, CEO of AJW Aviation. He joins the organisation on September 5th and will be based at AJW’s corporate headquarters in the UK.

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