During the recently organised Annual General Meeting by The Malta Chamber, emphasis was given on The Chamber’s work in influencing policy formation and effective representation within the economy through a thought leadership approach.
Mr Andre Fenech, Head of Policy and Members Relations at The Malta Chamber, noted, how during 2020, which was heavily influenced by COVID, The Chamber remained in constant dialogue with members of the business community. Communication was also held with the government, and several robust recommendations were proposed to help conserve the relationship between employers and employees.
Mr Kevin Mizzi, Member and Stakeholder Relations Manager at The Chamber, explained how the restructuring process also included the establishment of a Think Tank, which brought together numerous business leaders and CEOs to propose concrete recommendations for a post COVID scenario. These findings called on the government to adopt The Malta Chamber’s Economic Vision 2020-2025 for Malta to become more ‘sustainable’ and ’smart’ than ever before.
Ms Diana Miceli, Policy Development Manager at The Malta Chamber, noted that as the country’s foremost guardian of competitiveness, The Malta Chamber was once again proactive in leading several efforts, such as those related to MoneyVal and the budget, to ensure that all initiatives lead to an enhanced economic future.