Fabio Muscat, CEO of OZO Group, took to social media to announce that the company has expanded its operations to Budapest, Hungary.

“We are honoured to have been chosen by an international brand to offer our services in the bustling city of Budapest,” Mr Muscat wrote.

“Today’s important milestone is in line with the group’s vision to expand our services beyond our island’s shores whilst consolidating our position as market leaders in Malta,”

Founded in 1996, OZO Group is an award-winning group of companies specialising in the outsourcing and services industries, employing over 3,000 workers across the board.

Mr Muscat joined the family business in his current capacity back in 2016, meaning that he has held said role for well over five years.

“The group will continue to explore a number of international markets where it could replicate the successful operation it runs in Malta,” Mr Muscat concluded. The OZO Group CEO presently serves as Director at Ninety Six Real Estate, Gozo Fast Ferry, Ponte Ferries, and Eleven54 Studio. He was also made Partner at Tailwag Recruitment in July 2020.

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