Enteractive unveils new state-of-the-art Malta headquarters

Retention solution provider Enteractive has moved into new state-of-the-art office space in Malta, as it looks to meet the growing demand for its services.

The new office has been designed to create a comfortable working environment, with the aim of improving the wellbeing of its employees as well as boosting productivity levels.

Capturing the Enteractive culture of going the extra mile for its customers, the 800 square metre headquarters features a number of modern comforts to make staff feel at home.

At the heart of its operations is a 4-metre wide media wall that will be used for work purposes and social events, such as brainstorm meetings and displaying live sporting events. It also includes a fully-functional modern kitchen which is used to serve all staff breakfast and lunch every day during working hours.

Placing sports as the fundamental motivator for the company’s overall drive, the new Enteractive home comes with its very own state-of-the-art sports bar. Filled with 7 plasma TVs showing the latest motor races, football matches, cycling tours and much more, the unique concept aims to bring together all staff in a team-like environment fuelled by adrenaline and energy.

The new office will house 70 employees, with more set to follow as part of the provider’s recruitment drive.

Mikael Hansson, CEO of Enteractive, believes the company’s new surroundings will increase energy levels among staff, as well as present the perfect opportunity to attract new talent and help grow the business even further.

“Having a comfortable working environment is something we feel very strongly about, and we are sure our staff will really appreciate the recent investment we have made into our new office surroundings,” said Hansson.

“At Enteractive, we always go beyond the call of duty to provide an excellent service for our customers. We’ve adopted the exact same mentality for our own staff to give them the best possible chance to flourish in a comfortable working environment.”