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Steigenberger Hotel Group appoints Sylvia Schnelle

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Sylvia SchnelleSteigenberger Hotel Group has appointed Sylvia Schnelle to the position of Vice President of Business Development.

She will mainly be responsible for the development of InterCityHotels. Sylvia Schnelle will report directly to Claus-Dieter Jandel, Executive Head & Chief Development Officer of Steigenberger Hotels AG”.

Dipl. Ing. architect, Executive MBA Real Estate and Real Estate Economist (European Business School) Sylvia Schnelle can look back at over twenty years of experience in the hotel business and architectural sector. She has managed the construction and development of numerous hotels as an architect, project head and Development Director. Most recently, she was in charge of the expansion of the new budget design product “MOXY” in Germany.

“We need to have a strong team in place to continue the successful strategy of expansion our company has embarked upon,” said Puneet Chhatwal, CEO of Steigenberger Hotels AG. “Sylvia Schnelle is an experienced new colleague who brings a wealth of expertise to the table.”

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