Scandic appoints new country manager for Sweden

Peter Jangbratt moves from being Stockholm area manager
Pan-Nordic hotel operator Scandic Hotels has appointed Peter Jangbratt as its new country managing director for the group’s Swedish operations.
Sweden is the group’s largest area of operations, with more than 80 hotels and over 16,000 hotel rooms. Currently area general manager for Stockholm, Jangbratt has 20 years of experience in various managerial positions within the hotel industry. He will start his new position on September 1.
The acting country managing director for Sweden, Martin Creydt, will return to his regular position as chief operating officer with responsibility for the group’s overall hotel operations.
“Our Swedish operations are now in a phase where we can fully realize and build on the strategic investments we have made in the past few years, which among other things include significant renovations within our Swedish hotel portfolio and strategic investments in new flagship hotels, primarily in Stockholm,” said Frank Fiskers, Scandic Hotels’ president and chief executive.
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