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Human Resources (HR) Business Partner Naomi Fenech on Wednesday celebrated her seventh anniversary at Malta-based Raketech.

“Celebrating my seven-year work anniversary at Raketech today, and what a journey it has been,” she shared.

“Feeling thankful for all the growth and learning opportunities,” she said, before proceeding to express gratitude to her colleagues for being “supportive, kind, and always lending a helping hand when needed”.

Ms Fenech first joined the company as a Content Writer in 2016, before she was promoted to HR and Payroll Admin over a year-and-a-half later. She was then appointed Junior HR Business Partner in 2019, and then promoted to her current position in 2021.

Prior to her time at Raketech, she had stints as Fieldwork Executive and Team Assistant at Bloom Research and Engel & Völkers, respectively.

She holds a Master of Arts in Sociology and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, both from University of Malta, as well as a qualification in Human Resources Management from MCAST.

Raketech, which was founded in 2010, is an iGaming affiliate company built on its vision to “always be the first choice” by driving the industry users and partners at its “core”. It delivers relevant and simplified content within its field and helps connect consumers to the services that meet their needs.

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