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GIG to inaugurate new headquarters in 2017

GIG to inaugurate new headquarters in 2017
GIG CEO Robin Reed has just signed an 8-year lease for what is to become Malta’s new benchmark building for office real estate and new GIG headquarters from Q2 2017.
Malta | 07/15/2016

GIG CEO Robin Reed has just signed an 8-year lease for what is to become Malta’s new benchmark building for office real estate and new GIG headquarters from Q2 2017.

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ldquo;In Gaming Innovation Group we are looking to make the iGaming industry an open and connected eco-system, for the benefit of all. We are in the early days of this vision but just reached a major milestone after nearly two years of careful planning and consideration. Today I signed our new offices in St. George’s Bay Malta. A Campus for GIG,” as Robin Reed commentis GIG’s pending move which will be strengthening the Group’s position as one of the top employer brands in Malta and among iGaming brands world-wide.

Reed goes on to say: “We want to attract the most passionate people, and we want to give them an environment and community where they can be the most effective and innovative version of themselves."

"We have dozens of roles open within nearly every career path in Software engineering, Marketing, Design, HR, Finances, Customer service, Legal or BI"

“We are a Technology Company and the building is featuring plenty of it. Each glass slate is triple glazed and quality assured. The water borne climate system is three piped allowing each individual AC unit to have a unique setting. This allows us to promote
energy conservation and a fantastic indoor climate. Both these features are first of its kind in Malta,” explains Reed some of the ideas behind this development.

Over 500 SQM's of terrace space will be used for green areas, simple sports, outdoor meetings and workstations, as well as recreational activities such as yoga and parties. Promote social workspace and free flow of information. Ideas to interior facilities would still be work in progress but would intend to include: Catering for staff, library, more green areas, playroom for children, coffee and ice cream bar. According to Reed, no one likes elevators. Therefore a slide is planned to allow gravity to move people in a fun and effective manner to the ground floor.

Reed talks about a wealth of collaboration areas and loads of open office space aiming at promoting a social workspace and free flow of information.

“I am incredibly proud of all the people that have made this happen over the years. Big credit to the developer: Exalco, for having the vision and guts to bring this unique building to the isle, and to CVC architects for taking on the challenge to design such an
ambitious project. We will move in Q2 next year and have a lot of fun work ahead of us meanwhile. Thank you all,” as Reed closes his statement.

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