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Reinventing the passenger experience

Mazars Global Practice Co-leader of Aerospace and Defense, Jason Slivka, would like to take the opportunity of the upcoming holiday travelling season to offer some key thoughts on how the home bound travellers’ experience can be improved adding to the joy.

Corporate investigation Workshop

Mazars Forensic & Investigation Service is glad to invite you to its 3rd high-level training workshop, tailor-made for corporate internal investigators, that will take place on November 27-28. This workshop is dedicated to skilled professionals who would like to develop their investigation skills further, or who have never conducted an investigation before.

Mazars, partner of the Cité de la Réussite 2017: transmission starts with permission

At Mazars, we place transmission at the heart of our identity. Our story is one of a unique company, an integrated, independent and international organisation that draws upon the expertise of 18,000 women and men operating in 79 countries. Our story is inextricably linked to that of one man, Robert Mazars, who passed down his company to a group of young partners without asking for any financial compensation nor imposing his views for the future. He also handed down his philosophy that transmission starts with allowing others to reach his or her full potential.

Mazars Sponsors Board Agenda

Mazars is proud to support the launch of Board Agenda, a new multimedia publication created to inspire exemplary board performance through insight, research and information on corporate governance, strategy, risk and ethics.

Mazars is proud to sponsor Les Rencontres Africa from 2-6 October 2017

Mazars, the integrated international organisation specialising in audit and advisory services, will reflect upon the young African generation by delving into the topics of employability and entrepreneurship in this expanding market throughout the various conferences and workshops that will punctuate Les Rencontres Africa 2017.

The air traffic industry in the face of the challenge to double its fleet

The last airline industry’s global market study, elaborated by Airbus for the period 2017-2036, expects a duplication of the fleet in the coming 20 years. It considers the need to count with 530,000 pilots and 550,000 maintenance technicians for a fleet of passenger planes of over 100 seats, which will be doubled to 40,000 planes, and for more than 70% of these new planes to be single-aisled.