Michael Portelli Madden, former General Manager at Mamo TCV Advocates, has been appointed Head of Operations at software and data technology company Makersite.

Sharing the news on social media, Mr Portelli Madden wrote, “my journey with Mamo TCV has come to an end and I am thankful for the enjoyable five years with the firm.”

“I had the pleasure to have led a great team and worked along amazing Partners, Lawyers and professional staff. We have achieved great results and I am proud to leave a legacy that my successor can build on,” he continued, going on to thank all involved.

Speaking of his new role at Makersite, he said, “as one chapter closes, another opens as I embark on my next journey at Makersite, a Bavarian based award-winning SaaS suite that develops next-generation product data management tools for the global manufacturing industry.”

Boasting 20+ years of cross functional experience leading multi-million-dollar growth throughout both corporate and entrepreneurial environments, Mr Portelli Madden has held high-level Business Development positions at Vodafone Malta and Inosat Global prior to his time at Mamo TCV, and also served as Head of Commercial Governance and Strategy at GO plc between 2009 and 2013.

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Michael Portelli Madden / Mamo TCV Advocates

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