LA CEOs presents: Subscription Revenue Models Razors-Software-AirTravel
Thursday, January 9, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM (PST)
Santa Monica, CA
Wade A.D. Eyerly, CEO Surf Air
Subscription Revenue Models – Razors blades to Software to Air Travel
In 2011, Wade Eyerly and his brother, David, created a new business model for private air travel, a members-only service that provided travel between top United States cities. Surf Air was created to build a business service that would introduce the premiere experience of private flying to passengers who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford it. Surf Air’s all-you-can-fly membership service will revolutionize the world of air travel—Surf Air members will fly the way you should—saving valuable time, eliminating hassle and always flying first-class.
Prior to founding Surf Air, Eyerly worked in national defense, filling various roles for an intelligence agency. He served as a Senior Business Consultant leading Lean Six Sigma process improvement activities for the National Security Agency, and spent four years as an intelligence officer with the Department of Defense. Before leaving politics to work for the government, Eyerly worked on two Presidential campaigns, including time as a Press Advance Representative for Vice President Dick Cheney. Additionally, Eyerly served in Iraq from 2009-2010 where he built quantitative models that were used to predict conflict and help keep soldiers safe. He received the Secretary of Defense's medal for the Global War on Terror, and the Civilian Joint Service Commendation for his work there. Eyerly earned a B.A. in International Economic Policy and Cross-Cultural Relations from Central Missouri State University and a Masters in Public Policy and International Development Management from Brigham Young University – where he also earned a Global Management Certificate. In 2005, Eyerly received the Outstanding Recent Alumni Award from Central Missouri State.
For your convenience LA CEOs will be held the first Thursday of the month at 8am at this location, Confirmed RSVP is required. This is not a networking event. It is for CEOs only. Service providers will be asked to leave. Please only provide business cards upon request.