La Jolla, CA — Experts like Michael Moran at The Times of London Online are calling it a "Best of the Business Blogs." Innovation Analysis Group CEO and Managing Director Addison Schonland calls it "a labor of love — from early in the morning, until late, late at night." Key users from Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier, Northrop Grumman, and a variety of Flag Carrier Airline employees and executives from around the world find the postings to be knowledgeable, resourceful, and focused on results. They are finding it indispensable. It’s been referenced by FlightGlobal.com as one of two "heavyweight" US-based Air Transport sites.
It’s the Innovation Analysis Group Blog — or the IAG Blog, for short, and it can be found at http://www.iagblog.com. The blog focuses on aerospace, aviation, and the travel industry with applications such as in-flight entertainment and travel technology as principal areas of interest. It contains photos from a large number of contributors and shows airport delays, offers online bookings, just about every book about airplanes ever written, and has its own travel panel.
Moreover, 41% of the Blog’s users are regular users, demonstrating exceptionally high site loyalty — with over 82% of the users visiting the site daily.
Now, even Europeans are getting the word from a US-Based blog. "We were thrilled to be in the top Business Blogs, as rated by the Times of London Online," said Schonland, owner and originator of the Blog. "The blog is often one of the first US sources for analysis of aviation news," he said.
Innovation Analysis Group (IAG) is based in San Diego. The company focuses on market research and consulting for the travel industry. IAG is a strong proponent of network innovation — and believes that in order to make network innovation work, it is necessary to cultivate contacts with start-ups and academic researchers, constantly searching for new ideas.
IAG Team Members are based in California, Tennessee, New York, Florida, Texas, Illinois, Canada and Kenya. As an adjunct, the team recently launched StartupAviation.com, a site devoted to the airline industry, including an online education component.
Source: Innovation Analysis Group Blog - the IAG Blog
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