Crane Currency has invested €1 million for the installation of a solar farm at its Malta security printing plant in Ħal Far. The adoption of solar energy is aimed to reduce the company’s’ carbon footprint.
The European Commission has launched a consultation on a draft revision of the de minimis regulation.
Under the current rules, Member States can grant support of up to €200,000 per beneficiary over a period of three years (‘de minimis threshold’) without prior notification to the Commission for approval.
MGC Pharmaceuticals Ltd, which has a base in Malta, has seen very positive results from a clinical study for the white-label version of its ArtemiC™ Support to assess its impact on patients suffering from Long-COVID.
During the study 60 COVID-vaccinated patients suffering from Long-COVID were observed in clinics across Spain when administered the study product twice a day for six weeks.
The administered nutraceutical was shown to alleviate symptoms of Long-COVID unrelated to functional limitations, including pain, mental confusion, sleep disorders and inflammation.
Do you work in the semicondutor supply chain? Does your company rely on them to deliver its products and services?
The European Commission has launched a consultation on the semiconductor supply chain consisting of two surveys, one for the suppliers and one for the end-users of semiconductors.
Take part in the EUChipsAct consultation to help assess risks and increase transparency and resilience.
Deadline 11 Nov, 2022
Malta Enterprise has unveiled the 2nd edition of the Start-up Festival Malta, which will be taking place between the 13th and 14th of October 2022 at Villa Bighi in Kalkara.
In its 2nd edition, the Start Up Festival will live up to its name with experiences for youngsters that aspire to be founders and also will focus on the entrepreneurial mind-set and on linking startups to new local and international investors.
Malta Enterprise will be hosting an event on the Foreign Subsidies Regulation on Friday 16th September at 09:00hrs at Malta Enterprise Conference Hall in Pieta’.
Forming an integral part of Malta Enterprise at its head office in Pietà, Business First provides authoritative information and assistance on over 50 Government services for businesses. Clients are assisted to apply for these services from one centralised location and provided information on incentives and schemes offered by Malta Enterprise. This allows entrepreneurs to spend more time on running their business and is particularly beneficial for start-up entrepreneurs who often lack familiarity with the business environment.
The European Financial Reporting Advisory group (EFRAG) has published its draft European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) and is inviting all stakeholders to provide comments through the consultation survey. Feedback is requested by 8th August 2022. Should you wish to obtain more information on the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive email us on [email protected]
The Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs (EYE) programme, which is supported locally by Malta Enterprise, has reached an outstanding 10,000 entrepreneurial exchanges across the participating countries. This number marks a milestone, proving the enormous success of the programme. Since 2009, EYE has helped entrepreneurs from all over Europe to exchange knowledge and expertise, and to expand their business and their professional network.
Fourteen companies, which make part of the EEN Maltese delegation, are gearing up for the Dubai World Expo b2fair networking event, taking place between the 23rd and 25th of January 2022. This international business meeting fair, which is organised by the Enterprise Europe Network, provides a unique opportunity for Maltese entrepreneurs to showcase their brilliance and achievements to an international audience and enrich their global reach.