Kempinski Hotel Muscat appoints new DoSM

He joins the hotel from his assignment as director of sales from previous projects in Yangon and Singapore

Appointments, Kempinski Hotel Muscat, Muscat, Dosm

Frederic Krueger has been appointed the new director of sales and marketing at the Kempinski Hotel Muscat.

He joins the hotel from his assignment as director of sales from previous projects in Yangon and Singapore, and started his career with Kempinski as a sales manager at Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich in 2012.

He played an important role in the restructuring of the commercial team at Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin from 2015 to 2017.

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With over a decade of luxury hospitality experience, Krueger has developed his expertise and leadership skills over the past six years with Kempinski.

He will further develop the sales, marketing, & public relations team, as well as establish the hotel as the premier luxury lifestyle hotel and event venue in Muscat.

Frederic holds a dual degree with honors in Business Management and Hotel, Restaurant, and Resort Management from Northwood University and speaks English and basic Russian in addition to German.

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