A Dutch native speaker with a Master’s degree in International Political Economy, Liesbeth Oost is a certified investor relations professional. Having previously worked at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, she now focuses on responsible gaming and sustainability strategy at Aspire Global.
What has been the most important moment in your career so far?
I have had several key moments in my career, in particular working to limit Aspire Global’s potential negative impacts and maximising its positive contribution to society (including going completely carbon neutral). I was also delighted to be awarded the 5Star Media Rising Star Award in 2021.
How do you hope your work will influence iGaming?
Collaboration is important when addressing key issues, which is why I will be running workshops and participating in panels to start a dialogue about raising the standards of sustainability focus areas in our industry. Aspire Global will also be participating in research and working with academic institutions to address this.
What is your prediction for the future of iGaming in Malta?
Making a quantifiable impact to protect our society and the planet is the right thing to do. If a company has sustainability in its DNA, it will be better equipped to comply with new regulations with the goal of reducing social harm.
Over the last decade, we have seen a significant shift in this direction, but there is still work ahead to create positive, lasting change.
This is the sixth part of an eight-part feature first carried in the Winter 2021/2022 edition of iGaming Capital magazine, the sister publication to iGamingCapital.mt, on the eight most influential women in Malta’s iGaming sector
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