InterContinental Accommodations Group has introduced the promotion of Joanna Kurowska to the position of director operations, luxurious and managed, northern Europe.
Primarily based within the Frankfurt IHG workplace, Kurowska shall be answerable for driving sustainable resort efficiency for IHG and house owners of IHG’s managed property within the area.
On this newly established position, she shall be working with IHG, house owners and motels to speed up enterprise processes and drive a rise in effectivity for all events.
To that extent, she shall be touring extensively throughout the area and dealing carefully with motels in a supporting position to optimise earnings, consider business methods and drive long-term income.
Her new position was created as a part of IHG’s efforts to develop an efficient market mannequin for Europe with the intention to convey sources nearer to house owners and motels.
This course of led to the creation of the newly shaped divisional staff in IHG’s Frankfurt workplace beneath the management of Mario Maxeiner, managing director, northern Europe.
In her new position, Kurowska shall be a member of the northern European management staff, immediately reporting into Maxeiner.
Born and raised in Warsaw, she has been with IHG for eight years and brings a powerful background in finance and operations to her new position.
Maxeiner commented: “Joanna is well-known and extremely revered inside our group of homeowners and managed motels, which makes her a really perfect candidate for this newly created position.
“Along with her in depth market information and her confirmed background in operations and finance, she is completely positioned to optimise efficiency throughout the area and drive long-term income for IHG and our house owners at this dynamic time for the enterprise.”