FROM BUSINESS NEWS
Marie-Claire Grima - 17th March 2018
With a major global economic revolution afoot, four Maltese digital experts discuss how Malta’s economy and its business community as a whole will be affected by the digital transformation.
Martina Said - 16th March 2018
Demand for upmarket office space has soared in recent months, and a tidal wave of projects has ensued to step up to the occasion.
Marie-Claire Grima - 15th March 2018
Toly CEO Andy Gatesy shares his views about reinvention, re-shoring and the revolutionary changes shaking up the manufacturing industry.
14th March 2018
The legislation aims to ensure that the gaming industry continues to be run responsibly, fairly and free from criminal activity.
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna said that Malta took exception at the non-European way that small member states have been labelled in the press recently with regard to the European tax reform process.
Panels of experts, including MEPs Marlene Mizzi and Francis Zammit Dimech, will help inspire those interested in entrepreneurship or starting their own business.
FROM CHAMBER NEWS
13th March 2018
The Malta Chamber welcomed guests to its iconic courtyard at the Exchange Buildings as six of the country’s leading wine importers and manufacturers showcased their finest wines for those present to enjoy.
The country’s yachting associations have claimed that the EU has acted in discrimination against Malta’s yachting industry when it sent a Notice of Infringement in connection with the practice in Malta on Yacht leases.
Head of Economics Advisory, PKF Malta
The concept of venture capital has proven to be one of the most successful financing concepts in the United States, much to the envy of the rest of the world.
How dependent on you is your business? Would it operate as efficiently without your constant presence?
Business Analyst, BEAT
An organisation is built on the three pillars of people, technology and process.
Strategic planning is an essential dogma for successful businesses. However, simply creating a great plan does not mean that it will be a lucrative one, especially when it comes to putting it into action.
EU affairs manager, Head of Brussels operations, Malta Business Bureau
The European Commission has published a new education package comprising of three proposals that seek to improve European citizens’ skills.
Senior Partner, PKF Malta
PKF has the pleasure and privilege of inviting interested persons to visit the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) Thought Leadership centre in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
12th March 2018
The second Malta-Tunisia Business Forum in six months was held on Monday, with the aim to bring entrepreneurs from the two Mediterranean countries together in a bid of commercial collaboration.
The Tourism & Cultural Heritage Sector Group within the European Enterprise Network (EEN) was hosted by the Malta Business Bureau (MBB) for the official spring meeting of the Group for 2018 in Malta.
12th May 2018
The B2B Expo and Conference is expected to bring together local and international expert speakers who will share insights and interact with the audience, addressing topics such as change, growth and innovation.
FROM COMMERCIAL NEWS
Dr Muscat congratulated Bank of Valletta for the important step. “Today’s event highlights the resilience of the banking sector in Malta which has one of the strongest capital bases across Europe.”
11th March 2018
CSR expert Roberta Lepre believes that while charity or philanthropic activities are all well and good, corporate social responsibility for companies goes far beyond that.
10th March 2018
“Saving the local book industry is not just a commercial end on its own," says National Book Council Chairman Mark Camilleri.
9th March 2018
The Chamber, together with the Office of the Information and Data Protection Commissioner and RSM Malta, organised an information session to discuss the General Data Protection Regulation which comes into effect on the 25th May.
This growth rate is more than double the average growth rate of 2.3 and 2.4 per cent recorded in the Euro Area and the EU28 respectively.
8th March 2018
The rate of early school leavers in Malta remains very high, and has not improved much compared to the previous year.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, here are a few surprising facts and figures about women working in Malta, courtesy of the National Statistics Office (NSO).
The Countess participated in today’s trading session as the Global Ambassador of 100 Women in Finance’s Next Generation initiatives.
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