Alexis is a veteran entrepreneur, an aviation executive and business management consultant.
Over her 35 year career, she founded and successfully operated three industrial companies including a firm providing aircraft technical support to several European airlines. Alexis served as a supplier and consultant to Zurich-based Swissair for 15 years until the legendary carrier ceased operations in 2002.
In 1995, she helped inaugurate a new international airline serving as executive vice president and technical director. Her responsibilities included fleet acquisition, aircraft production supervision, flight acceptance, delivery and crew training. During her tenure, she was responsible for projects exceeding several hundred million dollars.
Subsequently, Alexis was appointed independent technical consultant and management liaison representing various airline operators of the Boeing 717 passenger jetliner to The Boeing Company. She was principally responsible for the first aircraft of its type delivered in Europe. Alexis is an executive consultant in new airline startups and reorganizations.
In 2003, she founded Alexis Page & Co. to serve the needs of small and medium-sized companies in the areas of overall business development, corporate communications, marketing, corporate identity and brand strategy. She is a recognized authority on branding and image development for a wide variety of industries, most notably the airline, technology and luxury goods sectors.
Alexis pioneered the innovative Fractional Marketing Management concept. This allows small business owners the ability to focus on the day-to-day operations of their companies while delegating marketing responsibilities to specialists on a part-time or "fractional basis". Especially important in challenging economic times, this offers significant cost savings and other benefits.
A native of Los Angeles, Alexis is a graduate of the University of Southern California, an industrial designer and a licensed general electrical contractor.