Throughout the past year, members remained at the centre of The Malta Chamber’s efforts and work.
Mr Kevin Mizzi, Member and Stakeholder Relations Manager at The Chamber, explained how the restructuring of the onboarding process allowed the team to meet and understand the different needs of every new member, in order to make a proper difference in their business ambitions.
The Chamber’s internationalisation efforts remained active to provide support to interested members to grow beyond our shores, stated Mr Lino Mintoff, Internationalisation Advisor of The Malta Chamber. At a diplomatic level, The Chamber remained in close contact with ambassadors and commercial counsellors to strengthen ties with trade partners, stated Mintoff.
TradeMalta CEO, Mr Anton Buttigieg, explained how the implications of COVID initiated a shift in services, with most of the services provided now being implemented online, together with a series of webinars regarding several focus areas.
Ms Dana Farrugia, CEO of Tech.MT, which was established in 2019 as a Public-Private Partnership between The Malta Chamber and the Maltese Government, remarked on their continuous encouragement on the need to upskill and reskill, while providing guidance to firms seeking to advance internationally.
Though disrupted by COVID, the operations of Education Malta shifted virtually to reflect new interests from global players within the education field, said CEO Mr Charles Zammit during The Chamber AGM.
Mr Joe Tanti, Malta Business Bureau CEO, commented on the ongoing discussions being held with key stakeholders in order to keep The Malta Chamber and its members updated on relevant news from EU institutions.