AerospaceOur large aerospace and defense industry clients employ hundreds of thousands of staff at plants and offices around the country.
Employees need training to keep companies competitive, but un-productive time away from the plant can reduce company competitiveness.
A slip in production for spacecraft and aircraft can cost millions in revenues and profits.
A leading aircraft builder uses our shared satellite network for training course delivery to dispersed locations to save time and money.
When more than 70% of business comes from the Federal Government, ensuring the utmost compliance with federal contract practices is not optional. Mandatory health, safety and corporate policy training are also critical to protecting companies from risk of violations.
That's why a major space and defense contractor relies on Keystone Enterprise Services to train its engineers and managers around the country using satellite-delivering interactive courses.
Business Television and Distance Training
CEOs and leadership can cost-effectively bring staff together to introduce and drive new initiatives, from new aircraft or spacecraft programs, to fostering a new corporate culture out of merged entities, to other electronic ‘all-hands' and ‘town-hall' type meetings when employees are in different locations. Our Keystone Events group provides total events management -from production to delivery of your corporate meeting.
Public Events - Video News and Satellite Media Tours
Technical and business achievements in space can be newsworthy. In today's business environment, getting corporate news to mass media effectively can mean supplying TV footage, as well as live interactive round-robin interviews during Satellite Media Tours (SMTs).
Case in point: a Keystone aerospace industry customer has enjoyed singular success using our special events production and delivery services from Keystone Events, and is by no means alone in this regard. It distributes Video News Releases (VNRs) and conducts Satellite Media Tours (SMTs), in which it offers ‘on-air' interviews with its executives for reporters at broadcast news and cable television stations worldwide.