Dmax provides training in LinkedIn Management for Malta’s Fund Leaders

 

VFS LinkedIn Training

Picture Above – from the left: Ray de Bono (Dmax), Stephanie Tania Camilleri (VFS), Roberto Debrincat (VFS) and Lesley Ann Lewis (VFS)

Malta’s largest fund services firm, Valletta Fund Services (VFS), which is part of the Bank of Valletta (BOV) Plc group, have recently held LinkedIn Management training, delivered by Dmax.tv’s CEO Ray de Bono.

Spread over 2 sessions, the course covered aspects related to strategy, copy-writing, day-to-day management and reporting. The training served to equip the VFS marketing team with the necessary skills and vision to help grow their company’s online exposure.

The Social Media department at Dmax.tv has a long-standing experience in the field of Social Media management for finance services, with brands such as FinanceMalta, APS Bank, the Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA) and 3a Global under its wing, among others.

With an estimated 300 million users and over 3 million business pages, LinkedIn is the leading social network for businesses and professionals; it is estimated that over 25 million profiles are viewed on LinkedIn daily, 1 out of 3 professionals on the planet have a LinkedIn profile and 41% of users access LinkedIn from their mobile device.

‘In spite of its geographical limitations, Malta-based companies are in a unique position to succeed on Social Media, not least because of its use of the English language and excellent education system, but also due to the country’s world-renowned quality of financial services – the Maltese online footprint and recognition carries immense potential’ said Ray de Bono, the co-founder and CEO of Dmax.tv.

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The Social Media department at Dmax.tv has a long-standing experience in the field of Social Media management for finance services, with brands such as FinanceMalta, APS Bank, the Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA) & 3a Global under its wing, amongst others.

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