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Malta Chamber helps Maltese companies in technology, healthcare, environmental and fashion sectors to find international partners

17th February 2021

Over 20 Maltese companies met international counterparts during pre-set meetings, which brought together start-ups and established enterprises to explore business ventures

Last month, Malta Chamber teamed up with Zenit (Germany), Netherlands Chamber of Commerce and SFG (Austria) to facilitate business-to-business virtual meeting as part of Enterprise Europe Network (EEN).

The events spread over an array of thematic clusters, including Green Office (solutions, Healthcare Technology textiles and fashion.

Over 20 Maltese companies met international counterparts during pre-set meetings, which brought together start-ups and established enterprises to explore business ventures, partner in international projects, discover new ideas and exchange knowledge and experiences.

“We can safely say that these extraordinary times did not hinder our efforts to keep providing value to our internationalisation-seeking-clients. Rather than postpone such opportunities we endeavoured to explore new ways how to pursue effective international business matching activities. Being part of Enterprise Europe Network, we made our contacts work and leveraged respective digital tools to sustain quality events which our members expect from us.” - Perit David Xuereb, Malta Chamber President

The EEN team is committed more than ever to be closer to these companies to help them invest their talent coherently through support journeys as part of Enterprise Europe Network.

The Malta Chamber encourages local start-ups to stay tuned with more of its support initiatives and matchmaking opportunities. These events can provide penetration in targeted overseas markets by matching companies, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, academia and decision-makers to do business.

Stay tuned with The Malta Chamber events by clicking here.

The Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) supports SMEs in working with other businesses in Europe and countries outside of Europe, implementing partnering, advisory, innovation projects and helping them penetrate new markets. It consists of more than 600 member organisations in contact with each other across more than 60 countries.


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Malta Chamber helps Maltese companies in technology, healthcare, environmental and fashion sectors to find international partners