TigerWit, an online contracts for difference (CFD) provider, has continued its hiring spree amid COVID-19, with the company announcing this Monday that it has expanded its marketing division globally.
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, TigerWit has hired a number of senior-level executives across its design, content, digital acquisition, and brand development functions. Among these new team members is Shev Dilay, who has been named as the SEO Manager of TigerWit.
The new members of TigerWit’s marketing division will focus on the growth and development of the company’s marketing endeavors – both offline and online, as well as support the company’s broader expansion goals.
Commenting on the new role, Dilay said in the statement: “I have been pleasantly surprised by the TigerWit recruitment and induction process during lockdown. I am looking forward to increasing search engine traffic across key geographical areas for the company”.
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Another new employee at the company is Ruxandra Dougie, who is the new Affiliate Manager for the trading provider. Speaking on the new role, Dougie added in the statement: “From the online recruitment process through to the way our team gets organised and communicates online, I couldn’t be happier with the way the organisation has managed to adapt and welcome me into the fold.”
TigerWit expands regional teams
In addition to expanding its marketing team, the trading provider has also expanded the team in its existing local offices in Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Latin American and African regions as well as opening a new office in the MENA region.
As Finance Magnates reported, TigerWit recently appointed three new regional managers – James Blackwood Murray for Africa, Hazim Ismail for the MENA region, and Mario Saudino to cover Latin America.
Although the coronavirus pandemic has caused a lot of companies to lay off employees and slow down their operations, TigerWit said in the statement today that it has been doing the exact opposite, and that none of its staff has been furloughed during the pandemic.