Kindred Group Gets New Malta Office

Internet betting firm Kindred Group (formerly Unibet) has announced that it has opened a new office building in Malta, consolidating more than 400 employees into one location.

The company had previously had two Malta locations, but this new spot will bring everyone under one roof. The headquarters will encompass three floors of a building, with 500 desks, 47 meeting rooms, and high end technology to help the employees coordinate with their Swedish counterparts. Workers will get access to free meals, games, yoga, and other amenities.

Commenting on the opening Kindred CEO Henrik Tjanstrom said, "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 No.1 operator across our markets."

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18 June 2018 - 11:39am
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Unibet have been re-branded to Kinder Group so they just continue grouping I guess.

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Workers will get access to free meals, games, yoga, and other amenities.

This is the most important part of the news for me, stakes and yoga for the workers, wait the minute.. is these things compatible at all? Will have to choose the stake..if necessary Angel

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