Malta Enterprise is establishing a list of suppliers of photovoltaic systems that may be eligible for part-financing through a new scheme aimed at helping local enterprises invest in solar energy. This scheme is due to be launched in the coming weeks.
Safi Aviation Park (Ref No: ME/CFQ/CBA/13A)
Ta' Qali Crafts Village (Ref No: ME/CFQ/CBA/13B
New opening hours at Business First are between 08:00h and 16:00h during weekdays, with extended opening hours on Wednesdays until 19:00h. These changes are being implemented in response to feedback received from its clients over the past months.
Clients may also meet Business First's representatives outside opening hours by appointment.
Almost 150 companies and organisations from 13 different countries were brought together to discuss business opportunities during the Unlocking the Potential B2B event organised by the Enterprise Europe Network office within Malta Enterprise.
The European Commission has launched the call for proposals for projects to be assisted through the Information and Communication Technologies Policy Support Programme (ICT-PSP) within the framework of the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP), for which Malta Enterprise is the National Contact Point.
Business First would like to inform its clients that as from Wednesday 10th April 2013, the offices shall be open during the following hours:
Monday to Friday 08:00hrs to 16:00hrs
Wednesday 08:00hrs to 19:00hrs
Eligible micro enterprises which have made an investment in their own business over the past months have until the end of March to apply for assistance through the MicroInvest scheme administered by Malta Enterprise.
Over 30 local entrepreneurs had the chance to learn more about the business environment in Kazakhstan and the business opportunities that the country offers both in terms of trade and investment during a business seminar organised by Malta Enterprise.
The foundation stone for the BioMalta Life Sciences Centre has been laid by Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi during a ceremony to mark this major milestone in the construction of the €38 million project, which is being co-financed through the European Regional Development Fund.
The European Commission has launched the ‘World You Like Challenge’, a low-carbon contest calling on creative and innovative minds from across the European Union to put their green initiatives to the test.