Heimstaden Recruits New Chief Operations Officer

Nordic Heimstaden has appointed Helge Krogsbøl as Chief Operations Officer. Helge Krogsbøl will be responsible for Heimstaden's Scandinavian management organization with a focus on growth and customer experience.


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Helge Krogsbøl is expected to take over in August. He has nearly 30 years experience in starting and running hotels internationally, most recently as Senior Vice President of Pandox where he had operational responsibility for the self-run business in the Nordic countries, Germany and the UK parallel to have a commercial responsibility for the leased holdings in Denmark. 

”It is exciting to join Heimstaden in such an important stage. Heimstaden has a good strategy in place and I look forward to contributing to the growth by delivering high quality based on customer experience and focus on effective implementation and improved profitability,” says Helge Krogsbøl.

”We are very pleased to welcome Helge to us, where we see he can bring very exciting skills from his years in various management positions in the hotel industry, in Scandinavia and internationally,” says Patrik Hall, CEO Heimstaden.

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