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Event Title: Malta Enterprise Role and Activities

Date and Time: Wednesday 14th November 2018 from 12.00 to 14.00

Venue: Malta Enterprise Head Office, Gwardamangia Hill, Piet√†

Event Details: Malta Enterprise is the national development agency responsible for promoting and facilitating international investment in the Maltese Islands by offering investors excellent business opportunities and tailored services. Malta Enterprise is also responsible for the growth and development of Maltese enterprises both locally and beyond our shores. This organisation works hand in hand with businesses to help them set up, expand, innovate and access global markets, thus sustaining economic growth and retaining and increasing employment. The aim of this event was to inform University of Malta students about the current operations of Malta Enterprise, its role and incentives to assist local businesses.

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Registration: This event is aimed at University of Malta students, particularly those registered for DGP 0103, and is free of charge. 

Organised By: The Edward de Bono Institute, University of Malta.


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