Malta Enterprise will be partner of the CETA Business Forum


Ceta Business Forum is pleased to announce among its partners Malta Enterprise, the maltese economic development agency, tasked with attracting new foreign direct investment as well as facilitating the growth of existing operations.

In operation since the 1950s, the Corporation has a great deal of accumulated experience in the field. It acts as an adviser to government on economic policy due to its close and constant interaction with the main economic players in the country. Malta Enterprise is also the national contact point for the Enterprise Europe Network which helps companies in Malta to develop links with counterparts in over 60 other countries.

The skills and backgrounds found within the organization, facilitates interaction with various investors.

The long term presence of an investor in the country is a priority for Malta Enterprise. It works with its clients to find solutions and help them adapt to changing circumstances, resulting in symbiotic relationships being maintained for decades.

The CETA Business Forum, with the support and presence of Malta Enterprise, will offer an important space for discussion, comparison and development of new relations between the European Union and Canada in key sectors of the economy of our future, including through a large B2B area set up to allow participants to develop and consolidate their network in the CETA area.

The first edition of the CETA Business Forum is scheduled for June 22-23, 2022 and will take place entirely online, through a digital platform capable of reproducing a 360° trade fair event, with the presence of classrooms, stands and services for interaction between participants, all in 3D format. The B2B area will be open from June 22 to 30, 24 hours a day, and will allow participants to arrange face-to-face meetings to get to know each other and develop new relationships.

For more information and registration go to the official page of the event.

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