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Myriam Locher and Benedikt Koeppel will serve as co-CEOs of workplace analytics firm Locatee

Locatee Names Co-CEOs as Workplace Analytics Market Heats Up 

Locatee, a workplace analytics solution with offices in Zurich and Brooklyn, has appointed chief revenue officer Myriam Locher and CTO Benedikt Köppel as co-CEOs. It’s one of several key changes to Locatee’s leadership team to fully seize the current opportunity in the accelerating workplace analytics market.  

Thomas Kessler has stepped down from his CEO position to focus on his role as a member of the Locatee board of directors providing market insight, expertise and thought leadership in the workplace technology market. Kessler led the creation of Locatee together with Köppel.  

“The next stage for Locatee needs heightened focus from the company’s leadership, and together with the board, we decided that Myriam and I should take over executive duties,” said Köppel. “I am proud to have brought this vision to this stage together with my co-founder, and I am thankful to Thomas for his leadership and friendship along the way.” 


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