The first ever edition of Business Now Magazine has officially hit the shelves, featuring high-profile interviews, analyses and features shining a spotlight on Malta’s industry leaders and what they expect the road to recovery may look like.
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 – explores the current realities of Malta’s most important industries, from manufacturing to hospitality, finance and more, at a time where uncertainty reigns supreme.
“As the world slowly emerges from the dark cloud of COVID-19, we turn our gaze ahead at the road to recovery, lessons learned and what a post-pandemic Malta has in store. In tandem, we meet the four formidable women at the helm of the major business bodies in Malta, who, by all accounts, herald the dawn of a new era for female leadership on the island,” says Sarah Micallef, Head of Content at Content House Group and editor of the publication.
Elsewhere, Farsons Group CEO Norman Aquilina shares his insights into what the future holds for the manufacturing industry, while Country General Manager at Hilton Seychelles Andre Borg and GG Hospitality CEO Winston J Zahra detail their experiences at major hospitality companies overseas.
Meanwhile, young entrepreneur and Mvintage founder Krystle Penza talks about spearheading a revolution in the jewellery sector in Malta, and the beautiful new Souvenirs That Don’t Suck shop in Valletta is showcased, while the publication also dives into the incredible 131-year history of local heritage brand camilleriparismode.
Finally, don’t miss out on the conversation with Neal Vella about his fledgling brand Form Matters, through which the young architect seamlessly marries form with function.
Core members of the Business Now Magazine team include 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.
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