Kempinski GM introduces world to Mongolia

GOSTELOW REPORT – “How to Google Meet to the world from a Mongolian tent 200 miles from my hotel was certainly not in the curriculum at hotel school,” said Dirk Bansemer, general manager of the 99-room Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace in Ulan Baator, capital of Mongolia. Mongolia went into a virus lock-down from February 24 and this intrepid German, like so many of his colleagues globally, had a bit of spare time on his hands. He was out horseback riding with the local representative of Germany’s cultural trade mission, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH, usually called simply ‘GIZ.’ They hatched a plan…
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