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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.

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Sarah Micallef - 3rd 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 fourth of six interviews, Roberta Metsola spoke about the need to protect the single market and the importance of MEPs working together to protect Malta and Gozo’s interests.

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Sarah Micallef - 2nd 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 third of six interviews, Miriam Dalli spoke about tailoring education to prepare young people for the economy of the future.

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Sarah Micallef - 1st 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 second of six interviews, David Casa spoke about the introduction of the Work-Life Balance Directive and his commitment to fighting corruption.

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Sarah Micallef - 31st December 2018

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 first of these interviews, Alfred Sant spoke about maximising Malta’s current economic prosperity in Malta while preparing for the inevitable downturn.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 27th December 2018

Powerhouse philosopher Prof Kenneth Wain shares why he thinks history is safer than philosophy, his views on the sweeping wave of populism, and why lifelong learning is so crucial to survival.

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Jo Caruana - 16th December 2018

Having led the organisation through a challenging period of regulatory compliance, HSBC Malta CEO Andrew Beane's focus is now on developing the local narrative of the world’s ‘leading international bank’.

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Jo Caruana - 12th December 2018

“It’s my job to lead our team, and to guide them to implement and support the decisions made by the Chamber Board and Council."

FROM MALTA CEOS

Jo Caruana - 9th December 2018

Alex Montanaro brings to the executive table a lifetime of experience as CEO and Managing Director of the Exalco Group.

FROM MALTA CEOS

Jo Caruana - 5th December 2018

Waste management can mean big business, but it can also pose serious challenges – as explained by Greenpak CEO Mario Schembri.

FROM MALTA CEOS

Jo Caruana - 2nd December 2018

When Michael Warrington’s measured and conservative approach met Angelo Xuereb’s dynamic entrepreneurship and vision, it was a match made in business heaven.

FROM MALTA CEOS

Jo Caruana - 25th November 2018

Dr Gianrico Farrugia is the new President and CEO of Mayo Clinic in the United States.

FROM MALTA CEOS

Jo Caruana - 24th November 2018

European Commission VP for Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, Jyrki Tapani Katainen discusses how the Investment Plan for Europe can help local businesses thrive.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 22nd November 2018

PG Group CEO Charles Borg says companies which don’t cater to their online cohort of clients will suffer.

Marie-Claire Grima -14th November 2018

Blexr’s Chief People Officer Tonia Symington discusses the performance marketing company’s family-oriented feeling, and the rewards that come from working there.

Marie-Claire Grima - 12th November 2018

Eduardo dos Remedios, COO at performance marketing company Blexr, discusses the product development process, what makes Blexr unique, and the company’s exciting upcoming plans.

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Lewis Pitcher - 11th November 2018

Joseph Zammit Tabona discusses the opportunities for Malta that Brexit may bring, as well as what is being done to make them a reality.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 27th October 2018

Finance Minister Edward Scicluna discussed the 2019 Budget, and stresses the importance of neither becoming too complacent, nor over-fanning the flames of the economy.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 13th October 2018

The success of a family business relies heavily on its ability to plan for the future, according to Albert Frendo, Chief Business Development Officer Credit at Bank of Valletta plc.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 3rd October 2018

Ms Zammit Tabona has been actively involved in the family business ever since she was just 16 years old.

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28th September 2018

The company takes the ‘family’ aspect of ‘family business’ very seriously, and uses its members’ close bond effectively to strategise, make advantageous decisions, and deepen their already strong familial ties.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 27th September 2018

"Immersing myself in the business helps me take my mind off the fact that I have just lost my father in a very cruel and untimely fashion,” says Luke Chetcuti.