The Malta Chamber is the independent voice of the entire private sector in Malta.
What is the mission of The Malta Chamber?
To actively represent companies from all economic sectors and ensure that entrepreneurs enjoy the best competitive environment and the best possible regulatory conditions.
The Malta Chamber continuously works in favour of measures that continue to strengthen competitiveness in Malta.
How long has the Malta Chamber existed?
Over 175 years. It was founded in 1848 and it is the only employers’ organisation that is recognised by the Commercial Code of Malta. It is also the most represented employer’s body on a large number of national boards. From Valletta, The Malta Chamber ensures that the interests of employers are being safeguarded by the government of the day.
What does The Malta Chamber place at the centre of its work?
Every member who forms part of it. They do this through effective communication and a number of added value services for businesses to not only grow in Malta, but also beyond.
The Malta Chamber is affiliated with Eurochambers and BusinessEurope, the largest representative of businesses in Europe. It is also part of the Enterprise Europe Network allowing it to offer practical services of added value to members and clients through the support of around 600 organisations from more than 64 countries.
The Tech(nically) Funded campaign is based on the grants and incentives campaign. It is set to promote the financial access and resources tech companies and start-ups in Malta can benefit from. Furthermore, it enhances the idea of collaboration with other entities and Authorities – promoting Malta further as the tech hub of choice.