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.
Malta Enterprise has this year introduced the Employee Customer Support Champion Award, wherein employees will be awarded for their commitment in achieving our goals and commitments reflected through the Corporation’s Values which are Integrity, Customer Centricity and Creativity.
The Dubai 2020 World Expo Brokerage Event, organised from 22nd to 26th January 2022, is an international business meeting opportunity for Maltese entrepreneurs to schedule individual meetings and generate new business leads with international companies. Enterprise Europe Network Malta invites and welcomes Maltese entrepreneurs to this extraordinary and remarkable event.
This online info session shall brief you about the Dubai EXPO B2B event and answer all your questions! It is open to companies operating in the sustainability and digitalisation sectors, including ICT, mobility, renewable energy, logistics, amongst others.
The info session is being held on Friday, 29th Oct at 12 noon, so please register below and we will send you the meeting link.
Malta Enterprise Team Involved in H2020 Funded Project on Advanced Manufacturing Assistance and Training for SME Transpormation (ADMA TranS4MErs)
Maltese manufacturing SMEs can now benefit from fast, flexible, pan-European access to advanced manufacturing advice, expertise and training. This is made possible due to the recently-launched ADMA TranS4MErs project, bringing together a consortium of experts from EU-27 member states.
Entry Deadline: Extended until the 14th October, 2021
Malta Enterprise as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (hereinafter referred to as ‘CSR’) efforts, is inviting visual artists to submit up to 6 artworks in all visual art media, including painting, drawing, printmaking, etching, illustration, photography, textile, mixed media, digital, sculpture and ceramics, to participate in an upcoming exhibition:
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.