Thomas Mielke

Managing Director, AETHOS Consulting Group London

Thomas MielkeThomas Mielke is a founding member of AETHOS Consulting Group, and has a track record in successfully placing senior executives at leading hospitality companies across the EMEA region. He is an AESC certified consultant and is working together with travel wholesalers, real estate developments firms, investment companies and sovereign wealth funds as well as leading restaurant brands in identifying key talent and has joined forces with clients in establishing compensation schemes as well as organizational structures and workflows. Acting as a trusted advisor, he supports the process of identifying, developing and/or enhancing those values and best practices that define and foster a corporate culture and help create a core competency centered around people. He is passionate about organizational advisory, learning and development and has authored a number of articles on leadership, corporate governance, emotional intelligence and managerial core competencies that predict job performance within the hospitality industry. Thomas began his career within human resources and organizational advisory with HVS Executive Search and is a graduate of Ecole hoteliere de Lausanne, holding a BSc. in International Hospitality Management.

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Technology, Hotel Alternatives And Growth Top The Discussions At Expo Real 2019

The hospitality sector optimistically, albeit cautiously, welcomed the third quarter. Expo Real ended October 9, 2019. Although there are still some smaller conferences scheduled later this year, it was an excellent ‘wrap-up’ session for many of the investors, developers, and operators present and active in the European hospitality space.

Calling For More Clout For Tech and Digital Leaders In Hospitality

According to last year's IMD World Digital Competitiveness Ranking - which assesses a country's adoption rate of digital technologies by looking at (a) the available talent pool to develop and implement new technologies, (b) the regulatory environment, governance practices and frameworks within which organisations have to operate in, as well as (c) the agility of countries to integrate new technologies - Asia-Pacific has had the highest scores, closely followed by Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); the Americas lagged behind.

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