Carmen Aquilina is NetRefer’s Senior Housekeeper within the Facilities Management Department. Few others deserve such a title, considering she’s been part of the NetRefer family for the last 15 years, making her one of the longest-standing employees!
- Jan 06 • 2 years ago
Olesya Grech – our fourth Cultural Traveller – is an Account Manager at NetRefer, originally from southern and warmer town of Astrakhan. She spent time in Spain before moving to Malta 17 years ago, which is now her home. At an early age, she developed a passion for foreign languages – especially English and Spanish – and this fueled her decision to travel further west and take up linguistics and language studies in university. Her friendly attitude and knack for languages help her daily in her client-facing job.
- Nov 26 • 2 years ago
Luis Gomez – our third Cultural Traveller – is a Project Manager at NetRefer. Apart from his country of origin – Venezuela – he has experience living in Italy. This time, he sat with us to take us on an extensive and very candid virtual tour of Venezuela to reveal the ins and outs of this rare gem in the rough among Latin American countries.
- Nov 11 • 2 years ago
NetRefer’s second Cultural Traveller Giovanna takes us to the distant East Asian land of Thailand to share the ins and outs of the country’s jewel in the north – Chiang Mai. Giovanna, who’s originally from the South of Italy, spent three years living there after spending time in London and Czech Republic. The main driving force behind her move to the Far East were her punches and kicks, literally, because she’s an avid practitioner of Muay Thai – known in native Thai tongue as ‘Muay Nak’.
- Oct 12 • 2 years ago
Svetlin Iliev, NetRefer’s Senior Performance Monitoring Analyst, is celebrating his 5th year at NetRefer. We’re taking this opportunity to shine the spotlight on Svetlin as a long-term contributor to NetRefer’s ongoing success.
- Oct 07 • 2 years ago
Cultural Traveler is our new blog series. In each entry, we’ll have a chat with a fellow NetReferian to get to know their hometowns or the places they’ve spent most of their lives. They’ll give us an insider’s look at some of their recommendations on the most fun and exciting places to visit and things to do for all types of travelers.
- Sep 13 • 2 years ago