RW Baird and Jefferies analysts set target prices for Wheels Up at $12 and $13 per share
Two more Wall Street analysts have issued opening perspectives on Wheels Up Experience. The private aviation company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol UP earlier this month. Both analysts are markedly less bullish than Barrington Research’s Gary Prestopino. He set a price target of $19 to $21 for his 24-month outlook.
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Amperity will improve Wheels Up’s marketing performance, customer insights and enables upgraded customer experiences
Enterprise customer data platform for consumer brands Amperity announced that Wheels Up will deploy Amperity Customer Data Platform. It is designed to provide personalized customer interactions at every touchpoint, including its mobile app.
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The founder and CEO of private jet provider Wheels Up was named to the list of leaders who are actively seeking to help New Yorkers and make the city and state a better place
Wheels Up founder and CEO Kenny Dichter was named to City & State’s Responsible 100 list.
The recipients had previously been limited to the private sector. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s honors were extended to leaders n government, health care, education, and nonprofits.
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Wheels Up has been selling its core membership via Costco for years. The offering is getting more attention after The Washington Post recently highlighted it. Is it a good deal?
Hint: It depends on if you choose to fund a Wheels Up deposit account
Since 2016 Wheels Up has been selling memberships in its pay-as-you-go jet card memberships via Costco on a seasonal basis. It’s not alone when it comes to other high-end products and services. You can buy diamonds and luxury cruises at the discount retailer.
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