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Head of Sales Michael Cutajar on Monday acknowledged that Metaverse Architects’ diversity has been one of its “greatest strengths”, with its team now comprising of people from various nationalities.

He looked back on the Metaverse development studio’s 2022, saying that he is “filled with immense gratitude” for the colleagues that he worked with during his first year at the company.

“When we first started, we were a small team working out of a cramped apartment, and now we have grown to a team of 21 with employees from Argentina, Kenya, England, Malta, and Spain,” he added.

“The diversity of our team has been one of our greatest strengths,” Mr Cutajar explained, before adding that it has been an “honour” to work with the company’s “talented and dedicated” group of individuals.

“Together, we have accomplished so much, working with some of the biggest companies in the world and in the Web3 ecosystem. The long nights, planning sessions on whiteboards, and endless cups of coffee have all been worth it to see the progress we have made,” he continued.

Michael Cutajar with Metaverse Architects Co-Founders Sean Ellul and Luca Arrigo
From left: Metaverse Architects Co-Founder Sean Ellul, Head of Sales Michael Cutajar, and Co-Founder Luca Arrigo / Michael Cutajar / LinkedIn

He remarked that as the company continues to “navigate the ever-evolving landscape” of the Metaverse, it is constantly seeking to learn more and become an industry pioneer. “The challenges we have faced have only served to make us stronger and more resilient,” Mr Cutajar said.

He proceeded to thank his colleagues for their hard work, dedication, and for “making it a pleasure to come to work every day”. “Thank you for making this past year the most memorable and meaningful of my career, and here’s to many more successful years together,” he concluded.

Mr Cutajar joined Metaverse Architects in February 2022, uniting his expertise in accountancy with his passion for real estate and technology. The company, which was founded by Luca Arrigo and Sean Ellul in 2021, is a 3D modelling and game development studio for the Metaverse, the medium for communication that seeks to bridge physical and virtual experiences through augmented reality and virtual reality technologies. Metaverse Architects aims to build immersive and interactive metaverses through its team of architects and developers that specialise in creating engaging and innovative experiences for a variety of industries.

Mr Cutajar is also Director at MCSS Property Management, which operates and manages 14 units across Malta. His background also includes a year-and-a-half as Auditor at PwC Malta and two years as Customer Service Officer at Paddy Power Betfair.

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