Malta-based iGaming company Glitnor Group has completed the relocation of its workforce to Sliema’s historic Villino Zammit.

Villino Zammit was built in the late 19th century by philanthropist Alfonso Maria Galea and his brother-in-law Agostino Borg Cardona. Since then, it has been home to various iGaming companies.

“At Glitnor Group, we thrive by doing things differently – and by moving our team members to a truly unique setting in Malta’s Villino Zammit and providing them with a progressive new working policy, we’re ready to continue bucking the trend in 2022,” CEO David Flynn said.

Along with its workforce relocation, Glitnor Group has also introduced a number of initiatives aimed to help team members enjoy a better work-life balance.

“We believe our new location and initiatives are a fitting ‘thank you’ to our team members for helping us achieve what has been a remarkable couple of years of the company,” Mr Flynn continued.

“With a flexible approach to office hours and a striking creative space to work from, the group has confirmed its position as one of the top employers in the industry and we look forward to enjoying further growth in the New Year,” he concluded.

Glitnor Group has a team of over 200 members across several countries. Its brands include Lucky Casino, Gambola, and Swintt, amongst others.

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David Flynn / Glitnor Group

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