Having enjoyed a successful first half to 2023 that has been driven by the growth of its operator brands LuckyCasino and HappyCasino, and its B2B brand Swintt, iGaming heavyweight, Glitnor Group is relocating its head office to Malta’s prestigious Tigné Point.
The switch comes at an incredibly important time for the group, the company stressed, with Glitnor about to enter the next phase of its evolution following the appointment of Richard Brown as the company’s new CEO and is a “fitting reflection of how much it has achieved over the past couple of years”.
In January 2022, Glitnor set up residence in Sliema’s iconic Villino Zammit, however, company growth over the past 18 months has been such that even the famous landmark can no longer house the business’s rapidly-expanding workforce.
Instead, Tigné Point – which was one of Malta’s most ambitious and forward-thinking development projects when work began there in late 2000 – is now home to the main Glitnor Group HQ. Located on a picturesque peninsula in Sliema, Tigné Point is set against a stunning historical backdrop of Valletta’s bastions and the Mediterranean Sea and now provides a vibrant new home for Glitnor’s staff.
However, while the site of the company’s head office may be changing, “the guiding values that have driven Glitnor to such success over the past few years will remain very much in place, with team members continuing to benefit from several initiatives designed to help them maintain a good work-life balance,” Glitnor said in a statement.
Cathryn McGinty, chief people officer at Glitnor Group, said:
“We’re very excited to unveil Tigné Point as the new location of Glitnor Group’s head office and think the switch is fully reflective of how far we’ve come as a company over the past few years.
“With the move following hot on the heels of us announcing Richard Brown as our new chief executive officer, our transfer to Tigné Point comes at a hugely important moment in the evolution of the group and should provide the perfect place for us to call home as we continue to expand throughout 2023. We’re really looking forward to moving in and hope the team will love the new HQ as much as we do.”
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