Following the Annual General Meeting of The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry held on 28th of March, the newly elected Council met on Monday and elected Chris Vassallo Cesareo as the 72nd President of The Malta Chamber 2021-2023.
Addressing The Malta Chamber Council, Mr Vassallo Cesareo outlined the priorities for his Presidency for the coming two years. He said that he feels honoured to be contributing to the 175-year legacy of this prestigious entity. He emphasised on his intention to work tirelessly to continue building on the sterling work of the outgoing President.
“Truth and legacy shall be my driving force. I look forward to working with the Council, Board of Management, business sections, committees, and all members and stakeholders of The Malta Chamber. This together with our PPPs, as well as with all our sponsors and alliances. Competitiveness and Good Governance will remain at the top of our agenda. In addition we will continue to come up with tangible recommendations that are beneficial to our members and business community at large.
Mr Vassallo Cesareo has sat on Council for the last 10 years and served as Deputy President for the last two years, during which he has been involved in setting up the Retail Businesses Section and the Furniture Manufacturing Businesses Section of The Malta Chamber. He was also actively working to support The Young Chamber Network within The Malta Chamber.
Mr Vassallo Cesareo obtained a BA (Hons) in Marketing and furthered his study at St John’s College in Portsmouth and at Boston University, graduating in Marketing with a minor in Psychology.
He is the managing director of Domestica Ltd, a family owned business that was set up in the 70s. Mr Vassallo Cesareo is married to Katia nee’ Cuschieri and is the father of two boys, Jack and Alexander.
Last Thursday The Malta Chamber announced its newly elected Council Members for 2023-2025.
The Malta Chamber thanked outgoing President Marisa Xuereb and congratulated President Chris Vassallo Cesareo and the newly elected Council Members. Ms Xuereb will be serving on Council as outgoing President for the next two years.
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