When will the catering sector get back on its feet? What are businesses experiencing since Malta was greylisted in June? When will the airport look as alive as it once did? What wisdom do the country’s industry greats have for the business community?
This and more in the Autumn 2021 edition of Business Now magazine, which has officially hit the shelves, featuring high-profile interviews, analyses and features shining a spotlight on such themes, assessing the outlook for the months and years to come with some of the island’s leading industry figures.
Produced by Content House Group, one of Malta’s largest media organisations owning and managing over 20 media brands in the online and print sectors, Business Now magazine – the sister brand to BusinessNow.mt – takes things up a notch in its second-ever edition.
Taking Malta’s recent greylisting by the FATF into account, five economy experts reveal their insight into what needs to be done to forge the best route forward for business and the wider economy in this edition’s Cover Story, while outspoken financial advisor and stockbroker Paul Bonello speaks his mind on the prospects of Malta’s economy in an exclusive interview.
Meanwhile, some of Malta’s top chefs shine a light on the embattled catering industry and the difficulties it faces in emerging from the COVID storm, while Malta International Airport CEO Alan Borg gives his analysis on when travel numbers are expected to return to the highs of 2019.
Also, in this issue, Business Now magazine meets local business veteran Maurice Mizzi, and charts Marsovin’s impressive legacy in wine with fourth generation CEO Jeremy Cassar.
From the old to the new, the publication discovers the story behind Julia Tonna’s fledgling sustainable business, WhizzFix, and learns about the impressive story behind the design of the Corinthia Palace’s beautiful Athenaeum Spa.
Finally, don’t miss out on young architect Ioulia Chante’s pottery venture BABAU Ceramics, and how the pandemic allowed her to develop her passion for clay.
Core members of the Business Now Magazine team include Editor Sarah Muscat Azzopardi, Director of Sales and Business Development Matthew Spiteri, Corporate Sales and Business Development Manager Godwin Buttigieg, Senior Operations & Accounts Executive Sue Pisani, and Creative Director and Design Nicholas Cutajar.
Since its inception, the Family Business Office has been instrumental in highlighting the needs of family-run enterprises in Malta.
Seat Load Factor also stood strong during the period, with an increase of 6.8% when compared to 2019
During the last few months, Enemalta continued its efforts as part of its six-year plan