[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]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. (more…)
In collaboration with Tech.mt, the Malta Digital Innovation Authority (MDIA), and Malta Enterprise, Finance Malta organised a business mission to Money 20/20 in Amsterdam between the 7th and 9th June 2023. Money20/20 is one of the world’s leading, premium content, sales and networking platform for the global money ecosystem.
In collaboration with the Malta Digital Innovation Authority (MDIA), and Malta Enterprise, Tech.mt organised a business mission to the Dublin Tech Summit – DTS23 a two-day conference at the heart of the international tech scene on the 31st May and 1st June 2023.
The All Digital Weeks 2023 is an annual event that aims to promote digital inclusion and literacy across Europe. The event provides a platform for organisations and individuals to showcase their digital skills and initiatives, with the aim of bridging the digital divide and promoting digital equity.
Tech Awards play a vital role in recognising and empowering local businesses in Malta’s dynamic digital landscape. The eBusiness Awards, organised by Tech.mt, have served as a prestigious platform to honour companies that excel in key areas of technology and innovation.
Just as digital transformation pushed organisations to strengthen their operating models with technology at heart, now every business needs to address the subject matter of sustainability, and technology is again taking centre stage.
The Malta Chamber is the independent voice of the entire private sector in Malta. The mission of The Malta Chamber is to actively represent companies from all economic sectors and ensure that entrepreneurs enjoy the best competitive environment and the best possible regulatory conditions.
To drive innovation in STEM education, a multi-faceted approach involving educators and students is necessary from an early age. This includes hands-on learning experiences, active learning opportunities, and fostering a growth mindset to effectively teach STEM subjects.
The state of productivity in this digital era has been the subject of numerous discussions in recent years. But can technology provide the boost in productivity and economic growth?
Do you have an idea you would like to explore? Find out what support you can receive from the The Maltese Council for Science & Technology and The Malta Development Bank (MDB).
Malta Enterprise works towards attracting new investment to Malta, but it is also tasked with assisting companies in Malta to succeed and continue growing, creating more opportunities, better wages and more jobs. This is achieved through various aid schemes, grants and fiscal benefits.