Ozo Group CEO Fabio Muscat’s people-centric outlook pushes business to exceed client expectations, lining up with his confident and forward-looking vision to keep the company up-to-date and on top.
Looking towards the remainder of 2022, Mr Muscat notes how “the pandemic’s enduring unpredictability made it imperative for us to be agile and responsive to restrictions in different markets across the globe.”
“Although our industry is still facing repercussions, we have been able to grow our business sustainable and provide our clientele with quality and reliability,” he continues.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s adverse impacts on businesses near and far, Mr Muscat believes that something good did come out of it.
“Showing resilience and perseverance in the toughest time in recent history has filled us with determination to keep investing in our business and the Maltese economy. The challenges ahead can be overcome, and we will undoubtedly come out stronger,” Mr Muscat says.
“Now we are optimistic that the country will resume its journey towards normality. The resilience of our economy continues to show growth, and this should have a positive impact on the future,” he concludes.
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