RE/MAX Lettings participates in ICE Exhibition in London

  • 15.February 2012
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In line with RE/MAX Letting’s commitment to enhance its long term relationships with corporate clients originating from the iGaming sector in Malta, the company participated in the ICE Exhibition held at London at Earls Court Exhibition Centre between the 24th – 26th January. RE/MAX was the only Maltese real estate agency that participated in this exhibition.

The ICE Exhibition is one of the largest iGaming events in the world which showcases to thousands of visitors the services of software developers, licensing companies, recruitment companies, call centres, co-location centres and strategic jurisdictions. Malta was represented at the exhibition with a combined stand hosted by Malta Enterprise and the Lotteries and Gaming Authority.

The theme of the RE/MAX stand created for the exhibition was “Red carpet route to relocating to Malta” which defines the company’s general philosophy when dealing with the emotional transition of someone re-locating from one country to another. Edward Agius, Letting Manager of RE/MAX Lettings one of the company’s’ representatives at the ICE Exhibition said that “When someone comes to RE/MAX Letting, we want them to feel that they are being taken care of in such a way that they don’t have to worry about anything. We train our associates to listen, understand and provide the customer with a service to make them feel at home, but most importantly that they will know immediately that we will find them the right home”

The company’s objective in exhibiting at the fair was not only to meet new companies looking at Malta as an ideal jurisdiction for setting up their company, but also to showcase the superior support and service that a company will receive from the real estate and relocation industry in Malta. Speaking about RE/MAX’s participation in the fair, Kevin Buttigieg, Regional Director of RE/MAX Malta commented that “Being the only representative of the real estate industry at the fair, it was our duty to act as ambassadors for the local industry and we feel that this has been accomplished”.

According to feedback, the event saw many enquiries from interested parties looking at Malta as their business hub.