Kempinski Hotels appoints Benedikt Jaschke as Chief Quality Officer
Benedikt Jaschke, Kempinski’s newly appointed Chief Quality Officer. (Picture: Kempinski)
With 25 years of hospitality experience and a successful run at Kempinski, B. Jaschke has now been promoted as the group’s Chief Quality Officer.
Jaschke is now also a member of the management board.
We find out more.
Jaschke rises in Kempinski
Luxury hotel group Kempinski Hotels has chosen Benedikt Jaschke to be the group’s new Chief Quality Officer, as well as making him a Member of the Management Board.
Jaschke has proven his commitment to the luxury sector through his work in his previous role as Vice President Operational Strategy and Quality Management with Kempinski.
Under this position, Jaschke was instrumental in implementing new quality control strategies and brought the standard of service to a new level throughout the brand.
These successes make him a perfect fit for his new job as Chief Quality Officer, where he will be responsible for overseeing the growth of the group’s portfolio through the implementation of a new F&B division, which is intended to position Kempinski as a group which strives for creativity in its culinary offerings.
Luxury experience with a sustainable approach
Benedikt Jaschke has more than 25 years’ experience in the luxury hospitality industry. He first began his career with Kempinski in 2015 as the Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin’s hotel manager, before moving to the group’s corporate office in Geneva.
He has worked internationally in destinations such as Germany, Switzerland, Italy, the United Arab Emirates and the United States, and will continue in this global trend as the Chief Quality Officer.
This experience will also stand him in good stead as he embarks on a new sustainability programme with Kempinski. The aim is to develop and implement standards to reduce the company’s ecological footprint across all areas of business, from construction to daily operations.
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