In January, Malta Chamber teamed up with Zenit (Germany), Netherlands Chamber of Commerce and SFG (Austria) to arrange business-to-business virtual meetings as part of the Enterprise Europe Network.
Companies from a variety of sectors including healthcare technologies, fashion, and textiles took part in the meetings.
Over 20 Maltese companies met international counterparts during pre-set meetings, which brought together start-ups and established enterprises.
During the meetings, the companies explored business ventures, discussed partnered international projects, and exchanged ideas, knowledge and experience.
Malta Chamber president, David Xuereb, commented that the events illustrate the fact that even during the pandemic, the chamber refused to have its efforts hindered, and continued to provide value to its internationalisation-seeking-clients.
Being part of Enterprise Europe Network, he said, Malta Chamber has been able to leverage its respective digital tools “to sustain quality events which [our] members expect from [the Chamber]”.
The Malta Chamber encourages local start-ups to stay tuned with more of its support initiatives and matchmaking opportunities.
The chamber believes that these events can “provide penetration in targeted overseas markets by matching companies, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, academics and decision-makers to do business”.
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