15th March 2020

Life is made up of small experiences which, when fused together, create an intricate and highly profound narrative. Such is the motivation behind the works of one of Malta’s most celebrated artists and ceramists, Paul Scerri.

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4th March 2020

Following the upheaval caused by the political revelations of the past few months, the desire for widespread change in the country has never been stronger, and the Malta Chamber’s Good Governance manifesto seeks to lay out a framework to do just that.

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Jo Caruana - 8th March 2020

While we celebrate the role of women everywhere on International Women’s Day, one is busy helping to transform Malta’s transport network – and protect the country’s environment – at the electric car-sharing innovation, GoTo. Here we chat to GoTo COO Liana Cremona to find out more about her role, and why she feels that women will always be pivotal in shaping Malta’s future.

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7th March 2020

‘This is about a friendly relationship we want to keep in place, in a way that facilitates trade,’ says British High Commissioner Stuart Gill.

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29th February 2020

The Malta Chamber’s Good Governance manifesto seeks to lay out a framework for widespread change. Prime Minister Robert Abela weighs in with his thoughts on the way forward from here.

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27th February 2020

Joseph Cachia & Son Ltd Executive Director Maronna Filletti discusses the importance of money handling systems for businesses.

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Jo Caruana - 23rd February 2020

The European Commission is encouraging member states to boost design-driven innovation through the creation and implementation of Design Action Plans.

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Martina Said - 22nd February 2020

Malta Business Bureau CEO Joe Tanti shares his affinity with Ireland, drawing on similarities between the two isles.

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Martina Said - 16th February 2020

HOTREC’s Adrian Cummins and Malta Business Bureau Director Claudienne Harb discuss the changing dining experience, their impact on restaurants, and what it means for the diner on a European and local level.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 15th February 2020

'There’s a renaissance in entrepreneurship in Malta at the moment, and this is very positive'

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9th February 2020

In the final part of this two-part series, Roberta Metsola discusses the European Parliament Agenda for 2020.

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8th February 2020

In a feature published by the Malta Chamber’s annual publication, Economic Vision 2020, a number of business leaders share their thoughts for the upcoming year. This is the third part of that series.

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2nd February 2020

In a feature published by the Malta Chamber’s annual publication, Economic Vision 2020, a number of business leaders share their thoughts for the upcoming year. This is the second part of that series.

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Jo Caruana - 1st February 2020

In part one of this two part series, Miriam Dalli discusses the European Parliament Agenda for 2020.

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26th January 2020

In a feature published by the Malta Chamber’s annual publication, Economic Vision 2020, a number of business leaders share their thoughts for the upcoming year. This is the first part of that series.

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20th January 2020

While visiting The Concept Store, it becomes overwhelmingly clear that the experience is as much about savoring the space as it is about discovering the carefully curated products within.

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Jo Caruana - 19th January 2020

He also believes that it is Malta’s willingness to listen to forward-thinking industries that make it special and appealing.

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Rebecca Cachia - 18th January 2020

In anticipation of what the coming year has in store, Malta’s Shadow Finance Minister, Mario De Marco, shares his insight.

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Martina Said - 12th January 2020

In a time of global economic unease, Malta and its economy continue to show signs of strength and resilience. But what does the forecast look like for the medium- and long-term?

Jo Caruana - 11th January 2020

Following months of work on the creation of the Malta Chamber’s upcoming Economic Vision for 2020-2025, Chamber President David Xuereb believes there is no better time to consider the path that we are on economically – and reshape it.

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Sarah Micallef - 5th January 2020

Around this time last year, the sister isle welcomed a unique foodie concept the likes of which Malta and Gozo hadn’t seen before.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 4th January 2020

‘Proposals for local manufacture are evaluated in line with the national laws and international obligations, including comprehensive requirements related to GMP certification, responsible personnel, analytical consistency, security measures and reporting responsibilities.’

28th December

While the Maltese economy is highly diversified and has sound macroeconomic underpinnings, there are challenges afoot.

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Jo Caruana - 22nd December 2019

‘GoTo will continue to play an important role, not just by bringing a more sustainable approach with shared mobility solutions, but also by building the infrastructure for charging electric vehicles, which we plan to open up to everyone in the future.’

21st December 2019

‘Being part of the forum of discussion was crucial for Malta, as it’s vital for us to participate in decision-making processes which may ultimately lead to policy changes affecting Europe and its member states’.

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Cassi Camilleri - 14th December 2019

Education institutions such as the University of Malta, as well as private education centres, have begun providing courses in the realm of blockchain, helping to prepare the local workforce.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 13th December 2019

Industry insiders discuss the progress made by the updated Gaming Act, as well as difficulties the sector faces from a Europe-wide perspective.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 8th December 2019

‘We’ve launched a process and this document delineates a pattern in a stream of actions to clarify a sense of direction.’

7th December

The upcoming year will involve working together with Junior Achievement Young Enterprise Malta Foundation (JAYE), MCAST and University students to organise seminars with educational and inspirational speakers on a variety of relevant topics such as start-ups, blockchain and artificial intelligence.

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Mariella Camilleri - 26th November 2019

Members of the Saint James Eye Clinic team share their own personal experiences of undergoing eye laser treatment and Refractive Lens Exchange, and how treatment has impacted their lives.