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.

14th March 2018

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.

14th March 2018

The legislation aims to ensure that the gaming industry continues to be run responsibly, fairly and free from criminal activity.

14th March 2018

Panels of experts, including MEPs Marlene Mizzi and Francis Zammit Dimech, will help inspire those interested in entrepreneurship or starting their own business.

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.

12th March 2018

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.

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.

9th March 2018

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.

8th March 2018

The Countess participated in today’s trading session as the Global Ambassador of 100 Women in Finance’s Next Generation initiatives.

8th March 2018

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).

7th March 2018

“I also feel that it’s like the early internet days, where investors were putting their money in the internet and our lives were all about the internet and then it crashed. Yet, it turns out now that everything is on the internet.”

6th March 2018

The index found that Japan and Singapore are now the world's most powerful passports, knocking Germany off the top spot by one.

5th March 2018

The independent rating agency forecasts Malta’s economic growth to outperform its peers in 2018.

Marie-Claire Grima - 5th March 2018

If you’ve ever wondered why you’re getting missed calls from Somalia, this article is for you.

Rebecca Anastasi - 4th March 2018

"Through the plan, Malta will be able to commit to specific goals in the areas of renewable energy, energy efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions, taking into account Malta’s specificities," said EWA CEO Daniel Azzopardi.

2nd March 2018

There was also a curiously high number of people – 41 per cent – that said that they didn’t know whether they were satisfied or not.

1st March 2018

Recent reports that appeared in the media showed that the prices have started to feel unaffordable even for foreigners earning a robust wage.

1st March 2018

In Malta, 97 per cent of companies are considered small businesses, providing employment to 34 per cent of the workforce and contributing 25 per cent to the country’s gross domestic product.

28th February 2018

During December 2017, there were 174 active collective accommodation establishments with a net capacity of 17,385 bedrooms and 39,047 bed-places on a national level.

28th February 2018

Mr Oliva, who won Olympic gold in the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games, joined forces with two of his friends to make ‘the best cheese in the world’ in Malta.

27th February 2018

The President highlighted a recent important development – the lifting of restrictions for Croatian workers to take up job opportunities in Malta.

27th February 2018

Prof. Scicluna said that Government can achieve this through less bureaucracy and red tape, especially in the area of public procurement and the courts.

26th February 2018

Moody's said it had decided to raise Malta's rating because of Malta's fiscal strength and its growth prospects.

26th February 2018

The developer has been contacted by a substantial number of interested candidates, which will be shortlisted through a qualification process used in the construction industry.

26th February 2018

This development aims to put MIA in a better position to keep delivering an excellent airport experience.

25th February 2018

Besides the obvious cultural value of protecting such heritage, there is also real monetary value in protecting Malta’s intangible heritage.

24th February 2018

Addressing the most pressing issues facing Malta's real estate sector.

22nd February 2018

Registered unemployment dropped among all age groups, except among persons below the age of 20.