Young Chamber Network given exclusive preview of upcoming Economic Vision

15th November 2019

The Chamber is well in the advanced stages of designing a new Economic Vision for Malta for the years 2020-2025.

The second event of the Young Chamber Network took place on Monday 11th November and offered its members an exclusive preview of the Chamber’s upcoming Economic Vision.

The Chamber is well in the advanced stages of designing a new Economic Vision for Malta for the years 2020-2025. In fact 27 CEOs, coming from Malta's foremost and leading businesses, have been enrolled, to share their ideas on where they see their sectors and Malta's economy in general, going in the next five years.

During Monday’s event, the Chamber shared this vision with the members of the YCN, as it is interested to learn what its young members’ take on it is, and bring them on board this ambitious and exciting journey.

Jo Caruana, facilitated the conversation on the subject, which featured the Chamber President David Xuereb, Deputy President Marisa Xuereb and a presentation by Director General Kevin J. Borg.

Following the discussion those present shared a glass of wine, compliments of Farsons Direct, and refreshments by Infintely Xara in a relaxed networking environment. The set-up was provided by Karl Borg Events.


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