Kindred Group opens doors of Tigne Point Malta office

Stockholm-listed online gambling group Kindred Group Plc has opened its new office in Tigne Point Malta, merging its two operational offices within a hi-tech environment.

Kindred governance had previously detailed that a relocation was needed to accommodate its growing Malta operational headcount which had reached +400 employees.

“Kindred Group continues to outpace the gambling market in terms of growth and has expanded into a new top modern office space at Tigne Point on Malta. The new office co-locates Kindred’s 400 employees on Malta from the previous offices in St Julians and Gzira, offering employees a great experience and a great working environment that reflects Kindred’s strong culture” details the Stockholm enterprise in its corporate update.

The firm’s new Tigne Point covers three floors (5,200 sqm) overlooking the Mediterranean. The office’s enlarged capacity, holds 500 desks and 47 meeting rooms, with the latest AV technology to ensure seamless collaboration across Kindred’s eleven offices.

Kindred Malta employees will have access to free meals, yoga classes, games and other recreational activities.

Updating the market, Henrik Tjärnström, CEO of Kindred Group commented on the firms new Malta headquarters

”I am delighted that we have finally been able to gather all our Malta-based employees in this impressive new office at Tigne Point. We are a company on the forefront of our industry with high growth in a market where competition for talent is tough. Through our new base in Malta, we will work hard to attract the best talent, so we can continue our exciting journey towards being the number one operator across our markets

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