Marco Galea

Marco Galea, Managing Director of furniture store Oxford House, took to LinkedIn to reveal his company’s fresh rebrand.

Most notably, the rebrand comes with a logo update, replacing the identifier that had been in place since 2010.

“As a family-owned business, we have always been proud of our Maltese heritage, our culture, and beauty of our island. This beauty is seen in family relationships, in the blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea that surrounds us, and Malta’s evolution into a modern and vibrant country,” Mr Galea wrote.

Having started out as a haberdashery back in 1928, Oxford House is presently recognised as one of the leading suppliers of domestic appliances, kitchens, bedrooms, and office furniture locally.

“Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, and this new identity offers a fresh a fresh design to reflect our passion and commitment to helping them create the home and workspace of their dreams,” Mr Galea’s post continued.

He went on to thank loyal customers for “living the brand”, assuring them that “it will only get better.”

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LinkedIn / Marco Galea

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