Aventure Partners with Georgia Tech MBA Students for Japanese Aviation Project

PEACHTREE CITY, USA – Aventure has partnered with Master of Business Administration (MBA) students from Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business, to analyze expansion opportunities for US-based distributors of Japanese aviation suppliers and manufacturers.

The Scheller College of Business is the business school at the Georgia Institute of Technology, a public research university in Atlanta, Georgia.

“We are pleased to share our knowledge of the aviation industry and serve as a mentor to the students,” said Ron Taylo, sales operations manager. 

Aventure is working closely with the students to assist their analysis and research. As part of the project, students spent a week in Japan where they were immersed in Japanese culture.

“Our team has really enjoyed working with Aventure on this project,” said Brad Hastings, a participating MBA student. “They are tremendous partners, and we are incredibly grateful for their dedication to our success.”

Three American men in Japan holding a banner saying "Georgia Tech Aventure Aviation Evening MBA Partnership Japan 2023"
The MBA student team in Kyoto, Japan: (L-R) Michael Davis, Brad Hastings, and Timothy Elam (not pictured, Logan Kanai).