Malta Enterprise is looking for partners to work on a project aimed at increasing awareness about industry and entreprenership in schools through the creation of an educational app for tablets and/or other devices.
Malta Enterprise is organising a business delegation to the Sultanate of Oman towards the end of April, 2015 to promote investment and enhance industrial collaboration between the two countries in various sectors.
More than 250 prospective applicants attended a number of information sessions organized by Business First to provide information on the revised MicroInvest scheme. A total of six info-sessions were held; five in Malta and another one in Gozo.
Malta Enterprise hosted a seminar on additive manufacturing, more commonly known as 3D printing, which is one of the fastest growing industries in recent years as more and more industries are realising its full potential.
A joint venture has been formed between Malta Enterprise and the Singapore company International Energy Group (IEG) with the aim of developing Malta into a trading hub for energy products between Europe and Asia.
Malta Enterprise will have a minority shareholding in the company in Malta.
Malta was ranked in second place worldwide for the quality of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) that it attracts by the authoritative IBM Global Location Trends Report (2014), which takes into account the FDI projects approved during 2013.
The talent of local photographers was expressed in a number of high quality submissions for the photographic competition organised by Malta Enterprise with a focus on Malta's industrial heritage.
A panel of 5 judges reviewed the submissions, with their choice ultimately awarding photographer Stephen Vella.
Four units at the Kordin Business Incubation Centre (KBIC) have been dedicated to the newly set up MCAST Entrepreneurship Centre, thereby giving the opportunity to entrepreneurship students attending the College to benefit from the incubation services and start their own business.
A well-attended meeting with over 60 stakeholders from the aviation industry and related services kick-started the Business Aviation Cluster Excellence initiative.
A new series of courses with the aim of equipping small and medium enterprises with the necessary knowledge and skills to make the best use of electronic commerce have been launched by Malta Enterprise in collaboration with the Ministry for the Economy, Investment and Small Business and one of the leading ICT schools in Malta, TCTC.