Malta’s largest craft beer shop and its one-off unique event
Next week, in a first of its kind local event, street food and craft beer will come together for a unique one-off experience. Malta’s first ever Food Truck and Craft Beer...
Melita launches world’s best cloud connectivity for Maltese businesses
Melita Business, in partnership with Telia Carrier, is now providing cloud connect services in Malta. Through this service, the company will be able to connect local businesses to...
56 new private jets worth €2 billion in Malta by 2025

A global corporate aviation finance specialist is predicting that as many as 56...

A global corporate aviation finance specialist is...

PA’s three-month direct action in Ta’ Qali  makes way for new public recreational area

A 50,000sq.m site in Ta’ Qali, has, over the past three months, been entirely cleared of tons of illegally dumped construction material and an abandoned...

A 50,000sq.m site in Ta’ Qali, has, over the past...

Future-proofing Malta

Parliamentary secretary Aaron Farrugia said Malta has the potential to be among the most ‘future-proof’ countries

Parliamentary secretary Aaron Farrugia said Malta has the...

SMEs’ interest in new funding scheme sees BoV, MDB planning second programme

After receiving positive feedback following the launch of an SME funding scheme with BOV, the Malta Development Bank is set to develop another bigger scheme

After receiving positive feedback following the launch of...

Strengthening local businesses through Government incentives, EU funds

A Maltese family-owned business operating in the production and supply of drinking water has grown at a rate of 33% since 2017 with the help of a growing...

A Maltese family-owned business operating in the production...

Malta Film Commissioner slams ‘politically motivated’ fearmongering

Film Commissioner Johann Grech dismissed the claims that foreign film producers were being put off Malta by the excessive development, lack of trained and...

Film Commissioner Johann Grech dismissed the claims that...

John Bonello appointed new HSBC Malta chairman

John Bonello has been appointed as the new chairman of HSBC Bank Malta plc

John Bonello has been appointed as the new chairman of HSBC...

Retailers ‘very concerned’ at drop in sales  - GRTU head

Concerns have been raised by major operators in Malta's retail sector that...

Concerns have been raised by major operators in Malta's...

New fuel station policy issued for public consultation

Relocated fuel stations must be sited in designated industrial areas, small and...

Relocated fuel stations must be sited in designated...

Malta exchanges best practices on cohesion and territorial planning with western Med countries

EU funds parliamentary secretary Aaron Farrugia explained during the meeting of 5+5 Ministers responsible for Cohesion and Territorial Planning how Malta is...

EU funds parliamentary secretary Aaron Farrugia explained...

Malta’s film industry hampered by lack of skilled professionals, high rents and construction boom

Speaking anonymously to BusinessToday, several producers and agents said that promoting Malta as a film-making destination was becoming increasingly more...

Speaking anonymously to BusinessToday, several producers...

Government set to boost local video game development sector

Cabinet approves Malta’s eSports and Video Game Development Strategy,...

Cabinet approves Malta’s eSports and Video Game...

Qatar Airways confident Doha route will attract visitors keen on Malta’s tourism product

The airline, which has announced daily flights between Malta and Qatar, said it expected a mixture of leisure passengers and those seeking a convenient...

The airline, which has announced daily flights between...

Church’s bank primes itself for growth

CEO Marcel Cassar said that APS Bank will raise €13 million in capital through a rights issue for existing shareholders as it primes itself for growth

CEO Marcel Cassar said that APS Bank will raise €13...

[WATCH] Diversification through EU funds

An inconspicuous building on a corner in Zachary Street in our capital city used to be home to a number of offices. But through the help of an EU scheme, the...

An inconspicuous building on a corner in Zachary Street in...

Maltese still in love with their cash, survey shows

Cash continues to lead way for payments of all goods and services, a 2018...

Cash continues to lead way for payments of all goods and...

Edward Scicluna says lower growth forecast is a prudent approach

The Finance Minister, insisted that the pressure on infrastructure will ease...

The Finance Minister, insisted that the pressure on...

21 urban community projects supported by Planning Authority

The Planning Authority has committed another €1.8 million from its...

The Planning Authority has committed another €1.8...