Suzanne Spiteri CCO Epic / Epic Malta

Suzanne Spiteri has been promoted to Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at Epic, the telecoms provider announced on Friday (today).

“[Her] exceptional leadership in sales and her background in product marketing have honed her growth mindset,” Epic commented.

Ms Spiteri has a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and Marketing Management from the University of Malta. She also graduated in Digital Marketing and Future Leadership.

She has been working with Epic for nearly a decade and it was marked by a number of milestones that include spearheading sales teams and overseeing large-scale initiatives.

“Her proven success in these multifaceted roles positioned her perfectly to steer Epic’s growth strategy and propel the organisation to new heights,” Epic noted.

In her new role, Ms Spiteri will continue to lead the consumer sales teams but will also assume leadership responsibilities for the business sales teams, and the expanding domain of business solutions.

Epic CEO Pierre-Etienne Cizeron remarked that this appointment “reaffirms [Epic’s] commitment to cultivating a culture of growth and empowerment at Epic.”

He added that Ms Spiteri’s understanding of the company’s values, coupled with her experience and mindset made her the ideal candidate to lead Epic’s growth strategies and operational initiatives.

Ms Spiteri is replacing Marcel Grech Mallia who recently left the position and was later appointed as Head of Sales at GSD Marketing.


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