Malta is an island of stability with decades of experience and a welcoming innovative mind-set. It is a forward looking destination, with an open business-centric commercial community that stands tall as an EU member state, and a proven record of economic success.
The European Commission has launched the last annual Call for Proposals for projects to be supported through the Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) programme, which seeks to give a boost to clean and sustainable solutions as part of the efforts to help deliver on the ambitious climate change and energy targets that the EU has set for itself.
The wide range of products and services within the aviation industry available in Malta were showcased during the Middle East's premier business aviation expo, where Malta Enterprise and Transport Malta were present together with a number of local companies to build new relationships and increase Malta's presence in the Middle East.
Malta Enterprise is inviting companies and/or individuals to submit an Expression of interest (EOI) for the provision of various services under the Business Advisory Scheme. For more information and to download the Application Form follow the links below.
Malta Enterprise has organised a Seminar for local entrepreneurs interested in doing business with Cuba, whereby information was provided on the business environment and the opportunities that the Caribbean country offers to those wishing to expand their business in the region.
The seminar commenced with a presentation by Isamary González Jover, the Counsellor at the Cuban Embassy in Rome responsible for Economic and Commercial Affairs, who gave a detailed overview of the country from a range of perspectives, including amongst others business and tourism.
More than 25 entrepreneurs operating mainly within China's vast machinery and electronics sector visited Malta to learn more about the business environment and the opportunities the country offers particularly for those Chinese companies wishing to expand their business in the Euro-Med region.
Malta Enterprise has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Agency for Promotion of Industry and Innovation (APII) in Tunisia with a view to strengthening the trade and investment relations between Malta and Tunisia as well as enhancing cooperation between the two organisations with particular attention to SMEs.
The Malta Enterprise Germany Office has over the past weeks embarked on a number of initiatives to promote Malta as the ideal trade and investment location in Germany and Austria.
Amongst others, Malta Enterprise took part in the Export Day in Linz, Austria, which is one of the biggest entrepreneurial forums taking place in the capital of Upper Austria - the economically strongest state in Austria as far as industry is concerned.
Two well-attended information sessions, one in Malta and another in Gozo, provided local stakeholders with an overview of the European Commission's Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the range of opportunities available through the programme.
Organised by Malta Enterprise, the information sessions were aimed at creating awareness and helping the stakeholders to prepare themselves in view of the upcoming calls for assistance through the CIP, which will start opening in January.
More than 15 companies keen to export their products and services were assisted by Malta Enterprise to explore commercial opportunities in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
The business delegation to the two Gulf States comprised companies operating in sectors such as ICT, renewable energy, food and beverages, call centre and back office support, as well as professional and legal services.