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Overwhelming response for Arabic language course

The practical introductory course to the Arabic language aimed sponsored by Malta Enterprise to assist those entrepreneurs carrying out their business activities in Arab speaking countries or interested in expanding their business activities in the region has been oversubscribed, prompting the Corporation to set up another class that will be held simultaneously.

Starting yesterday, classes will go on until the end of June not only on Mondays and Wednesdays, but also on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with each course having 22 participants.

Regional Leaders: Making Malta known across the world

The Investment and Trade Promotion Unit within Malta Enterprise was recently revamped to target a number of regions, reflecting the strategic direction that both Malta as a country and Malta Enterprise as the economic development agency have decided to follow in order to capitalise on the investment opportunities across the world both for foreign investors and local businesses alike.

Within the new set up, a number of Regional Leaders are focusing on specific areas, in most cases by working within the market itself to develop as many commercial ties as possible.

Tunisian food companies seek to expand in Malta

Tunisian food companies seek to expand in Malta

An exhibition of Tunisian food and beverages at Malta Enterprise's new premises provided the backdrop for a series of one-to-one meetings between Maltese and Tunisian businesses operating in the bio-food industry.

Organised by Malta Enterprise with the support of the Tunisian Embassy in Malta, the incoming delegation comprised nine Tunisian companies who were looking at the trade and investment opportunities that Malta offers whilst showcasing their products to prospective partners in Malta.

Gaming industry professionals keen to learn more about Malta

Malta Enterprise and the Lotteries and Gaming Authority have again joined forces to promote Malta as the ideal trade and investment location at the most comprehensive international gaming exhibition – the ICE Totally Gaming annual expo in London.

Local service providers and operators were also present at the ICE to promote their offering, with some of them also exhibiting their services on a stand. Significantly, more than 50 per cent of the remote gaming exhibition area was occupied by companies operating in Malta.

Gaming professionals learn more about Malta

Malta Enterprise and the Lotteries and Gaming Authority have again joined forces to promote Malta as the ideal trade and investment location at the most comprehensive international gaming exhibition – the ICE Totally Gaming annual expo in London.

Local service providers and operators were also present at the ICE to promote their offering, with some of them also exhibiting their services on a stand. Significantly, more than 50 per cent of the remote gaming exhibition area was occupied by companies operating in Malta.

Tunisian food companies seek to expand in Malta

An exhibition of Tunisian food and beverages at Malta Enterprise's new premises provided the backdrop for a series of one-to-one meetings between Maltese and Tunisian businesses operating in the bio-food industry.

Organised by Malta Enterprise with the support of the Tunisian Embassy in Malta, the incoming delegation comprised nine Tunisian companies who were looking at the trade and investment opportunities that Malta offers whilst showcasing their products to prospective partners in Malta.

Business made simpler through Business First

Business First, the first stop shop for businesses in Malta, has opened its doors with the aim of facilitating the day to day operations of local enterprises while supporting their growth and successful operation.

Operated by Malta Enterprise at its new premises at the former Institute of Health Care within St Luke's Hospital in Pietà, Business First shall be providing over 50 different services currently being provided by various Government departments and entities, thus saving unnecessary running around for entrepreneurs who can thus focus more on running their business.

New scheme for quality certification

Malta Enterprise has launched a new scheme to assist small and medium enterprises invest in improving their products, services and process and obtain quality marks or certifications which attest such improvements.

Through the Quality+ scheme, Malta Enterprise may approve deductions from taxable income amounting to 150% of the eligible expenditure incurred for achieving the required improvement. The approved amount would be deducted from the taxable income of the beneficiary, resulting in an effective reduction in the payable tax.

New scheme for quality certification

Malta Enterprise has launched a new scheme to assist small and medium enterprises invest in improving their products, services and process and obtain quality marks or certifications which attest such improvements.

Through the Quality+ scheme, Malta Enterprise may approve deductions from taxable income amounting to 150% of the eligible expenditure incurred for achieving the required improvement. The approved amount would be deducted from the taxable income of the beneficiary, resulting in an effective reduction in the payable tax.

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