Emma Zammit, a seasoned employee in the local iGaming sector, has joined Betsson Group as Global Office and Facilities Manager following a two-year tenure as Facilities Manager at NetRefer.
Ms Zammit took to social media to announce her move and bid her ex-colleagues farewell.
“Closing one door and opening another – and I couldn’t be more excited,” she began.
“I would, first off, like to thank everyone at NetRefer who has helped me flourish within my role. It was an honour working with you all and I am proud of what I accomplished there. Good luck to all of you in the future,” Ms Zammit added.
The Global Office and Facilities Manager joined NetRefer in May 2020 after spending eight years at Betway Group. Throughout that period, she occupied the roles of Finance Assistant, HR Assistant, Facilities Coordinator, and Facilities Manager.
“I am happy to announce that, as of today, I will be taking on the role of Global Office and Facilities Manager at Betsson Group. I cannot wait to see where this new chapter of my career will take me, and to grow and learn within this role. Onwards and upwards,” Ms Zammit concluded.
Led by CEO Pontus Lindwall, Betsson Group is nowadays considered a major player in the international iGaming sphere, employing around 1,900 workers across 13 locations. The group offers gaming under multiple brands, including Betsafe, Nordicbet, and Casinoeuro.
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