Jeremy A. Tabone / LinkedIn

Marketing specialist Jeremy A. Tabone has joined Piscopo Gardens as Head of Marketing, he shared on Wednesday.

In doing so, he departs Smart Supermarket, where he was Marketing Manager for six-and-a-half years. During his time there, he was tasked with managing all of the marketing department’s activities, along with developing a marketing strategy in line with the company’s objectives, among other responsibilities.

Prior to that, Mr Tabone also served as Marketing Manager at PTL International for over two years, Brand Executive at Vodafone Malta for seven months, and also Marketing Coordinator at Arriva Malta Ltd for more than two years. His marketing portfolio also includes experiences at Easy School of Languages, Complete Supplies, and RMF Publishing Malta.

Mr Tabone holds a Higher Diploma in Marketing and Sales Management from University of Malta and a Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing from Digital Marketing Institute.

Aside from marketing, he is also a Freelance Music Producer at Neon Culture, with one of the songs he produced also being nominated for Best Dance Song at the 2020 edition of the Malta Music Awards.

Located in Burmarrad, Piscopo Gardens describes itself as “Malta’s leading garden centre”, offering a range of products from indoor and outdoor plants, different types of plant pots, pet accessories and food, as well as garden furniture.

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