Dry Extract Interview: Mai Kappenberger, International Hotelier, Copenhagen, Denmark
Mai Kappenberger of International Hotelier, Copenhagen, Denmark
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Mai Kappenberger is an international hotelier who grew up in Denmark, where her grandfather had a hotel in Copenhagen. Later she was educated in Switzerland, going on to work in renowned hotels like The Montreux Palace and Dolder Grand Hotel in Zurich. She moved back to Denmark to take over her grandfather's hotel, turning it into Copenhagen’s first international boutique hotel and later became CEO of Kurhotel Skodsborg. Mai Kappenberger is now a consultant and board member for several hospitality industry businesses and organisations.
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