Petra Götting Appointed Vice President Sales & Marketing at Deutsche Hospitality

. November 09, 2017

FRANKFURT AM MAIN, November 9, 2017 - Petra Götting has taken up the position of Vice President Sales & Marketing with Deutsche Hospitality in November. In her new role, which is based at the company's head office in Frankfurt, she has overall responsibility for the global hotel business. She will work together with the sales team in Frankfurt as well as 14 international sales offices. In addition, she will be in charge of marketing for the Steigenberger Hotels and Resorts, Jaz in the City and IntercityHotel brands.

The German and Swiss national has 30 years professional experience in the hotel industry. Following early operational roles, she focused increasingly on sales and marketing, an area she has now been working in for 25 years at well-known hotel groups and chains such as Hyatt, Kempinski, The Leading Hotels of the World, Raffles and, most recently, as Vice President Sales & Marketing Europe with Mövenpick. Her career path has led her to various locations including Frankfurt, Cologne, Vienna, Zurich and London.

Petra Götting reports to COO Thomas Willms, who is looking forward to working with her. "We have found an internationally experienced and committed leader for this important role. Ms Götting is joining our hotel business at an exciting time and will undoubtedly help us to continue to successfully navigate our growth."

About Deutsche Hospitality

Deutsche Hospitality brings together three separate hotel brands under a single roof: Steigenberger Hotels and Resorts stands for 60 luxury hotels - from historic and traditional establishments to vibrant city hotels and wellness oases surrounded by nature. Jaz in the City branded hotels reflect metropolitan lifestyle and draw upon the local music and cultural scene - the first Jaz hotel opened in Amsterdam in 2015. IntercityHotel offers more than 40 upper mid-range urban hotels, all of which are located within easy walking distance of railway stations or airports. A further 26 hotels are currently at the development stage. This means that the Deutsche Hospitality portfolio currently encompasses a total of 130 hotels on three continents.www.deutschehospitality.com/en www.steigenberger.com/en www.intercityhotel.com/en www.jaz-hotel.com/en

Contact:
Christopher Holschier
christopher.holschier@deutschehospitality.com
+49 69 66564-422

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