Betsson Group’s Maria Loumpourdi has been promoted to head of talent development – global after just seven short months with the firm.
First joining in January 2022 as a senior talent development manager – global, Ms Loumpourdi was promoted this month.
She has a varied professional history, mainly focused on education, training and development.
Indeed, Ms Loumpourdi has occupied various roles, such as a lecturer at the University of Malta, a learning and development specialist at Gaming Innovation Group, head of learning and development at manufacturing firm STMicroelectronics, senior learning and development manager at Bank of Valletta, and finally senior development roles at Betsson Group.
Taking to social media last week to announce the appointment, Ms Loumpourdi wrote:
“I’m happy because Betsson is a diverse and inclusive workplace with a unique company culture. If you also want to be surrounded by talented, passionate and caring people and be led and developed by exceptionally competent and supportive people leaders, Betsson is a great workplace for you.
“There are unlimited growth and career development opportunities for people who have a passion for what they do, work collaboratively, and play fair.”
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