Marketing guru Rebecca Calleja has been promoted to Head of PR & Corporate Communications at local creative marketing agency The Concept Stadium.
Founded in 2010 by Jonathan Dalli and the late Jonathan Chetcuti, The Concept Stadium offers a pro-active and agile marketing approach which aims to keep its clients and people first.
The agency boasts a diverse portfolio of clients, including a series of local corporate stalwarts such as Corinthia Group, Izibet, Baystreet Hospitality Ltd, and EPIC Communications Ltd.
“I am taking on this role with a whole lot of energy and enthusiasm as I aim to continue strengthening our PR and Corporate Communications team and work,” Ms Calleja said.
“Throughout the last two years, I have seen the PR and Corporate Communications service offered by The Concept Stadium become more and more sought after, and I am proud to take on the responsibility of heading the team behind it and continuing to achieve successes for all our current and incoming clients,” she continued.
Ms Calleja joined The Concept Stadium as a Client and PR Partner back in January 2020. She held said role for two-and-a-half years, up until her latest promotion.
Before that, The PR & Corporate Communications Head amassed a whopping 17 years working in marketing; first at a leading marketing agency, then in the corporate, software, and IT industry.
Throughout her time at The Concept Stadium, Ms Calleja managed various PR and marketing activations for some of the most renowned local brands, ranging from banking to software and retail.
“This is an integral part of our growth plan at The Concept Stadium and definitely a value-added proposition to our local and international client base,” Ms Calleja concluded.
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