Jo Caruana - 14th April 2018
As one of the women leading Malta’s construction industry, Denise Micallef Xuereb is putting her focus on restoration and high-quality results.
Martina Said - 7th April 2018
Parliamentary Secretary for Financial Services, Digital Economy and Innovation Silvio Schembri discusses Government’s plans for the coming year in the fast-track field of technology.
Sarah Micallef - 18th March 2018
With a career spanning over half a century and having recently been made member of the National Order of Merit of Malta, Chemimart Group Chairman Reginald Fava is an undeniable stalwart in Malta’s business landscape.
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.
10th March 2018
“Saving the local book industry is not just a commercial end on its own," says National Book Council Chairman Mark Camilleri.
Marie-Claire Grima - 3rd March 2018
Elizabeth Cortis, a small-business owner and mother of two, is the founder of the Malta Mumpreneur Network.
Marie-Claire Grima - 3rd February 2018
"The start-up is a based in the UK – it has excellent foundations and significant growth potential so it is an exciting opportunity for me."
27th January 2018
As a millennial entrepreneur, Marc Edward Pace Portanier, 20, is choosing a path in life that is very different to the rest of his family's.
Jo Caruana - 21st January 2018
As Farsons gets ready to celebrate 90 years of brewing in 2018, Chairman Louis Farrugia talks about the strengths and challenges facing the company, and the Maltese manufacturing industry.
Jo Caruana - 14th January 2018
As the Corinthia Group prepares to start work on another international property, Alfred Pisani shares his thoughts on what we should expect from the Maltese economy in 2018.
Marie-Claire Grima - 6th January 2018
Fresh out of University, Nella Grech, the 21-year-old founder of NVKED, is helping people lose weight by saving them the time it takes to prepare healthy meals.
Rebecca Anastasi - 2nd January 2018
Outgoing film commissioner Engelbert Grech spoke to this business portal on the film industry’s achievements during his tenure, and the challenges which lie ahead.
Sarah Micallef - 24th December 2017
Malta Chamber President Frank V. Farrugia discusses how local business fared in 2017, and looks forward to a productive year ahead.
Rebecca Anastasi - 16th December 2017
The University’s Provost, Professor John Ryder, is frustrated at certain elements of the press for the media storm which has erupted over the low student intake and current staff numbers.
13th December 2017
"We have to be innovative – this is key."
Rebecca Anastasi - 10th December 2017
Opposition Leader Dr Adrian Delia shares his vision for Malta and sustainable development.
Manuel Zarb - 9th December 2017
In this series of interviews, former politicians share their experiences in politics and how they’ve readjusted to day-to-day life as private citizens.
8th December 2017
"Ultimately, 2018 promises to be another exciting year."
Manuel Zarb - 3rd December 2017
In this series of interviews, former politicians from the Labour and the Nationalist Parties share their experiences in politics and how they’ve readjusted to day-to-day life as private citizens.
Marie-Claire Grima - 25th November 2017
In the first of our series of interviews ahead of 2018, Equinox CEO Bernard Mallia shares his thoughts on the key factors dominating business and EU affairs in Malta in the year ahead.
Sarah Micallef - 19th November 2017
“Instilling a retirement capability amongst Maltese citizens is one of the more important challenges that needs to be addressed," says Malta Pensions Strategy Group member David Spiteri Gingell.
Manuel Zarb - 18th November 2017
“As long as foreign investment keeps coming into the country, yes, it is sustainable,” Johann Buttigieg said.
Manuel Zarb - 10th November 2017
In this series of interviews, former politicians share their experiences in politics and how they’ve readjusted to life as private citizens.
Manuel Zarb - 5th November 2017
"I did not have the luxury of a long tenure, but one would be forgiven for thinking otherwise given what was achieved in such a short period of time.”
3rd November 2017
The company has just released its revised masterplan for Manoel Island, which has been "significantly amended" in response to community, council and NGO feedback.
14th October 2017
From running her own consultancy firm to leading Victim Support Malta, lawyer Roberta Lepre is a force who sees value in the ways our laws can protect us.
FROM BUSINESS NEWS
Manuel Zarb - 21st October 2017
Parliamentary Secretary for EU Funds and Social Dialogue Aaron Farrugia discusses the role of EU funds and how they can help the Maltese business community.
Rebecca Anastasi - 28th October 2017
"“One day in the history of the country, changed everything: how we look at things, how we plan, how we deal with people, who to meet, what to say."
Sarah Micallef - 28th September 2017
"A boom would be at the top of the cycle, waiting for it to fall – I don’t see it like that as yet.”
Martina Said - 24th September 2017
With ever-changing regulations, constantly emerging technologies and countries competing for a slice of the cake, can Malta stay ahead of the game?
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