Jeremy Parkin

Jeremy Parkin

Jeremy has spent much of his working life in IT software support following an honours degree in Computer Science. During his early career, he held a number of IT management roles where he led teams across the globe supporting high-profile customers in 'system down' situations. In 1998 he joined the Support division of Oracle where he became the primary social media lead.

In 1999, in parallel with his work at Oracle, Jeremy put his IT knowledge and life-long interest in aviation together to successfully launch the world's first helicopter industry news website known today as Helihub.com. A thriving industry news site which carries more helicopter industry news than any other website, it is run by a virtual team around the world.

Today, as the owner of Parapex Media, Jeremy combines his business process, analytical and IT skills to advise organisations on how best to leverage the world of social media and then how to manage the solution. Parapex Media follows all the changes in this fluid sector very closely to ensure customers benefit from the latest innovations at all times.

Jeremy is based on the historic airfield of Brooklands, near Weybridge, UK.

www.parapexmedia.com

Latest News

Planet Nine

Thursday 15th November 2018

Planet Nine adds another Falcon 7X to its charter fleet.


Completion of three aircraft acquisition deal arranged and structured by Freestream Aircraft Limited...

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FAI

Tuesday 13th November 2018

FAI debuts at the Bahrain International Airshow and showcases first Bombardier Challenger 850


FAI rent-a-jet AG, the leading global provider of mission-critical aviation services, is proud to make its debut at the fifth Bahrain...

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On the Tarmac

Monserrt Speaking at ERA 2018

Tuesday 16th October 2018

ON TOUR: ERA at Edinburgh


After the sunshine of the Eastern Med in 2017, the European Regions Airline Association (ERA) gathered in the Athens of the North - Edinburgh - for its 2018 annual general assembly. Alison Chambers reports.

A warm welcome and complimentary whisky awaited the 400...

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