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.
Malta Enterprise and the Malta Employers Association signed a cooperation agreement which will enhance collaboration between the two entities in the area of employment relations as well as contributing to MEAINDEX, an online resource for entrepreneurs.
The agreement cements the excellent relations between Malta Enterprise and MEA as a key social partner.
ME and MEA have also agreed on sharing aggregated information for the purpose of data analysis of facts and figures in relation to employment in Malta.
The roof structure was lifted on the new facility being built by aviation maintenance company SR Technics with an investment of €40 million, which project is expected to create 520 jobs.
Spread over 20,000sqm, the new facility includes workshop space and hangars that can accommodate up to one wide-body aircraft and three narrow-body aircraft or alternatively six narrow-body aircrafts all at once, for maintenance such as C-checks, modifications and retrofits.
In the context of the coronavirus pandemic, small and medium-sized enterprises around the world are struggling to bounce back from the challenges they are currently facing. Their priorities have shifted and their needs have changed. To help them navigate in these unfamiliar waters, the Enterprise Europe Network is showing what resilience is all about.
The abrupt and sweeping changes the world is facing have forced everyone to adapt quickly to an unprecedented situation. This is just as true for SMEs who are struggling to stay afloat and to adjust to the current crisis.
Malta-based companies interested in collaborative applied research, development and innovation projects in the domain of Artificial Intelligence and seeking funding support are invited to submit their proposals for the EUREKA Clusters AI Call by the 15th of June, 2020.
Malta Enterprise is publishing an updated list of self-employed and business categories that will be entitled for the COVID Wage Supplement measure, following consultations with Government. The updated Annex A can be found here The updated Annex B can be found here
Due to disruptions caused by COVID-19, Malta Enterprise is extending the primary deadline for self-employed persons to submit their MicroInvest application from 24th March, 2020 to 30th April, 2020. Applicants are still urged to submit their applications at the earliest possible so that the evaluation process can still function efficiently.
Due to disruptions caused by COVID-19, Malta Enterprise is extending the claim submission deadline for costs incurred in 2019 from 3 April, 2020 to 3rd June, 2020. Applicants are still urged to submit their application at the earliest possible so that the process can still function efficiently.
Malta Enterprise and Universita’ degli Studi di Salerno (UniSA) signed a cooperation agreement to support a new concept model called ‘Economy of the Mediterranean’ (MED) which will lead to the setting up of a joint business incubator for start-ups in Malta.
The aim of the Memorandum of Understanding between ME and UniSA is to promote and support research, development and innovative projects in Malta. The business incubator will serve as a hub for the transfer of technology and knowledge as well as attraction of new investment in Malta and the Mediterranean region.