As part of a new initiative launched by RE/MAX Malta, CEO Jeffrey Buttigieg highlighted the importance of the company’s top agents, who are “such great ambassadors of the brand”.
“Their important contribution is the force behind the brand’s reputation for market-leading values and customer service in Malta, and we believe that should be rewarded,” says Mr Buttigieg.
“They carry out the groundwork that enables everyone in the company to progress and excel – now they have this unique opportunity to take their own careers to the next level too.”
Mr Buttigieg spoke at a business breakfast to mark the launch of the RE/MAX Golden Circle 2021, a digital platform that celebrates the contribution of about 12 per cent of the RE/MAX Malta network.
Each associate’s performance is ranked across eight categories over three months via the platform, with the agents receiving the highest accumulated scores earning a place within the exclusive initiative in the following quarter, which provides access to career-boosting training and networking opportunities.
The CEO thanked the agents for “being such great ambassadors of the brand”, adding “through the Golden Circle and other innovations, we will ensure that their hard work receives the recognition and reward it deserves.”
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