The first in a series of five debates being hosted locally by The Malta Chamber in the run up to the MEP elections this June, Tuesday’s session will launch the manifesto created by The Malta Chamber and the Malta Business Bureau, sparking a discussion on EU-related sectors impacting Malta’s business community.

The five debates form part of an Europe-wide initiative entitled ‘E.You: Connecting you with Europe’, in collaboration with together.eu.

E.You aims to foster non-partisan national civic engagement and communication. Through interactive debates, it seeks to spark meaningful discussions on pertinent matters for both society at large and the business community.

Debate agenda:

09:00 – Opening by moderator, Rachel Bondi Attard, Head of Media & Comms. Strategy, The Malta Chamber
09:05 – Opening speech by Chris Vassallo Cesareo, President, The Malta Chamber
09:10 – Launch of Manifesto by Daniel Debono, EU Affairs Manager & Head of Brussels Operations, MBB
09:40 – Debate 1 – Sustainable Tourism
10:10 – Debate 2 – EU Funding
10:40 – Debate 3 – Tech Revolution
11:10 – Debate 4 – State Aid Rules
11:40 – Closing speech by Alison Mizzi, President, MBB

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