Veteran creative Steph Scicluna has returned to local digital marketing agency Growth Gurus as Head of Marketing.
Ms Scicluna had previously served as Creative Director at the Swieqi-based company for a number of years before briefly parting ways to join local media house Lovin Malta as Senior Creative Executive.
She spent around a year-and-a-half in said capacity before returning to Growth Gurus.
“Spending so much time focusing on other business’ socials, mine often get left by the wayside. So, finally, I am thrilled to announce that I have returned to the mothership as their Head of Marketing,” Ms Scicluna wrote on social media.
“We’re back together, both bigger, better, and stronger than ever,” she continued.
Ms Scicluna’s past experiences also include a lengthy tenure as a Lecturer of Photography at the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST).
“Growth Gurus has supported my growth, both professionally and personally, through thick and thin. No other company can ever celebrate my strengths so intensely, whilst supporting and guiding me through working on my weaknesses,” she wrote.
“No other company gives me the confidence and the drive to keep smashing it and coming back for more. We give each other what we need to thrive, together. I’m back with more walk, more talk, and ready to get my hands dirty. Once a Guru, always a Guru,” she concluded.
Founded in 2015, Growth Gurus has helped over 200 companies grow and develop through its services covering strategy, branding, web design, digital marketing, and training.
The digital marketing agency has received several accolades for its work, including Marketing Agency of the Year at the SiGMA Asia Awards, Best Social Media Campaign at the Tech.mt eBusiness Awards, and Best eCommerce Website at the MCA eBusiness Awards.
Growth Guru’s long list of clients includes SiGMA, Hudson Group, The Phoenicia Malta, KastellVP, and MyAffiliates.
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