Working in recruitment for the past 10 years, Cordelia Morgan-Cooper started her career in the UK specialising in senior finance recruitment. Moving to Malta in 2016, she began developing, leading, and mentoring recruitment teams within iGaming businesses. She is now using her talent acquisition skills as Head of People at KaFe Rocks
What has been the most important moment in your career so far?
I would say joining KaFe Rocks. To be part of such an innovative and people-centric business is something that really excites me. We have the most amazing team of Rocketeers!
How do you hope your work will influence iGaming?
I am currently leading a number of extremely exciting projects that are helping me to push boundaries – not only within our business but the industry as a whole. Watch this space.
What is your prediction for the future of iGaming in Malta?
I think we will continue to see a shift from more office-centric workplaces to fully remote working. This really opens things up when it comes to finding the best talent and it’s amazing to see! Our industry needs to continue pushing innovation and creativity to be the very best employers out there.
This is the fifth part of an eight-part feature first carried in the Winter 2021/2022 edition of iGaming Capital magazine, the sister publication to iGamingCapital.mt, on the eight most influential women in Malta’s iGaming sector
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