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Horwath HTL Combines Offices in Austria, Germany and Switzerland

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Horwath HTL, one of the worlds largest and most experienced hospitality consulting brands, has announced that their offices in the DACH Region: Germany (D), Austria (A) and Switzerland (CH) have created a cluster organization in order to offer regional clients a seamless service across German speaking countries.

These services, ranging from Hotel Asset Management, Hotel Planning & Development, Hotel Conceptual Deployment, Destination Management, Hotel Sales & Marketing Consultation and Tourism Master Planning will now be offered across all firms, in close co-operation with other Horwath HTL offices.

The newly formed Horwath HTL DACH cluster will be joined by the Horwath HTL Health & Wellness division, which has a dedicated spa design, operation and consultation office in Berlin.

Frank Mustaff, Managing Partner at Horwath HTL Germany, together with Heinz Wehrle Managing Partner of Horwath HTL Switzerland and Gerald Kroell Managing Director of Horwath HTL, Austria said, The three countries share a common language and this co-ordination and co-operation across all three offices is the first step in becoming a single entity servicing clients across the region. Clients will benefit from a one-stop-shop approach that streamlines all projects and assignments, giving them the level of quality and service that Horwath HTL is famous for.

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