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Martina Said - 15th June 2019

Co-founders of Forward Architects, Chris Micallef and Michael Pace, share their thoughts on the importance of well-thought-out office design, and how a successful design comes down to one crucial thing: a good brief.

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Vanessa Conneely - 7th June 2019

Antonia Bonello talks about why she loves working at Buzzfeed and how she’d one day like to have a house in Malta.

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Vanessa Conneely - 5th June 2019

Heritage Malta is working towards improving the Maltese Islands as a prime deep-water historical wreck diving destination, such as the setting up of underwater archaeological parks.

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Jillian Mallia - 05th June 2019

Housing is another sector which shall fall under the Regional Councils’ jurisdiction, helping to improve management, Parliamentary Secretary Silvio Parnis said.

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Jo Caruana - 18th May 2019

Malta Chamber Director General Kevin J. Borg says the upcoming elections are an opportunity to choose representatives who are best suited to put Malta’s economic and social well-being on the European agenda.

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Jo Caruana - 18th May 2019

Diminished centrist pro-European parties elected could have repercussions on the ability of the Parliament to negotiate future EU legislation, says the CEO of the Malta Business Bureau.

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Martina Said - 4th May 2019

The newly-elected President of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry has a clear vision for his two-year Presidency, and he isn’t wasting any time implementing it.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 27th April 2019

Employees’ mental health is crucial to ensuring sustainable success for any organisation, according to Sharon Cusens, founder of Spring Coaching.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 26th April 2019

With 2019 marking Malta’s 15th year as an EU member state, Mr Tanti says that since 2004, Malta has had a stronger concentration of services and businesses, with a better chance at penetrating the single market and tapping EU funds.

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Vanessa Conneely - 23rd April 2019

Two local business owners share their adventures behind the wheel.

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Vanessa Conneely - 20th April 2019

According to Dr Nadine Lia, Regulator at the Family Business Office, there are three main areas where families go wrong when it comes to passing on their business to the next generation.

Vanessa Conneely - 16th April 2019

Down the Rabbit Hole Owner Mark O'Dwyer has a boundless passion for cryptocurrency.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 13th April 2019

Konnekt employs a comprehensive approach utilising the latest technology while also integrating more traditional media, as they still hold sway.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 13th April 2019

“A firm should live according to its brand values, coupled with best HR practices that translate into positive relationships, attracting candidates based on tangible experiences and word of mouth,” says Joseph Farrugia, Director of StreetHR.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 12th April 2019

The upsurge of vacancies within the technological era may require a more innovative strategy which prioritises transparency, due diligence and ethical recruitment, according to the Managing Director of Nicholls Moisa.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 12th April 2019

According to Director Ben Pace Lehner, the current employment landscape, characterised by increased competition over diminishing resources, calls for more stringent and imaginative methodologies.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 16th March 2019

Women’s rights and gender equality are among the causes for which she says she will remain an active voice.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 29th March 2019

Prof. Narwold is using his extensive housing market experience and research to help the Central Bank of Malta develop Malta’s first-ever housing price index.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 15th March 2019

Kenneth Spiteri, Vodafone Malta’s Director of Enterprise & Business Development, is spearheading the way the company is harnessing technology to make the world a better place.

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Martina Said - 9th March 2019

President of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry Frank V. Farrugia discusses Malta’s current climate for doing business, his two-year term as President, and his hopes for the Chamber.

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Jo Caruana - 28th Feburary 2019

Founder and Managing Director Frédéric Villa explains what it is that sets this dynamic corporate and relocation services company apart.

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Vanessa Conneely - 13th February 2019

Malta Businesswoman of the year Natalie Briffa Farrugia says Malta must adapt to working mothers.

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Jo Caruana - 4th February 2019

Lt. Col. Mario Schembri, the Director for Compliance and Enforcement within the Environment and Resources Authority (ERA) says the Authority needs “eyes everywhere and the people to act.”

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Rebecca Anastasi - 2nd February 2019

Dr David Zahra discusses the range of tailor-made services to family businesses offered by Zahra & Associates Advocates.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 1st February 2019

The bank’s licence will enable it to prioritise "actively seeking new business from Ireland, which boasts a fund sector north of €3 trillion."

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Marie-Claire Grima - 31st January 2019

Medserv plans to put out feelers out for other oil producers in the area which may be interested in its services, according to CEO Karl Bartolo.

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Jo Caruana - 26th January 2019

Top CEO coach and trainer Nathan Farrugia, who runs Up Your Level, shares his advice on why winding down is so important.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 19th January 2019

Businessman and writer Jonathan Shaw discusses the importance of learning and evolving by enabling change – the premise of his book #Forty, Be the Change.

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Sarah Micallef - 5th January 2019

As the date of the European Parliament elections draws nearer, Malta’s six MEPs discussed what Malta has accomplished during this five-year legislature. In the final of six interviews, Francis Zammit Dimech spoke about ensuring further opportunities for Maltese businesses and strengthening small and medium-sized enterprises.

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Sarah Micallef - 4th January 2019

As the date of the European Parliament elections draws nearer, Malta’s six MEPs discussed what Malta has accomplished during this five-year legislature. In the fifth of six interviews, Marlene Mizzi spoke about ensuring economic and political stability, and Malta’s need to restore its reputation.