During the EU Fashion Match companies from all over the world, active in fashion, can meet potential business partners. This year edition is particularly focused on young entrepreneurs.
The participation of the below - listed sectors is recommended :
Emergent fashion labels and brands (garments/fashion accessories), start ups
Textile and accessories’ manufacturing companies and SMEs
After a successful 2019 edition, due to the COVID-19 induced travel restrictions, this year edition will be held completely online on the B2Match platform.
The Event is open for Healthtech and Biotech players like:
Green finance is blossoming. For the United Nations, green financing plays an important role in delivering several of its Sustainable Development Goals. Thanks to BoV's Energy Loan, Malta is taking its next step on its path towards a sustainable future, and is doing so by improving conditions for business and local enterprise.
Join The Malta Chamber of Commerce on the 28th of January at 13:00 and learn what there is to know about BoV's upcoming Energy Loan and find out what it can do for you.
TradeMalta is pleased to invite Malta-based businesses to join a virtual Business-to-business (B2B) matchmaking event which will be held in collaboration with the Namibian government and business community.
The event is targeted at businesses from multiple sectors of the Maltese economy seeking to establish or enhance commercial relationships in Namibia, one of the most stable and reliable economies in Southern Africa. The virtual matchmaking event might also present commercial opportunities to expand into neighbouring South African markets.
The EU and the UK will now form two separate markets creating barriers to trade in goods and services and to cross-border mobility.
For this reason, the Malta Chamber, in collaboration with Enterprise Europe Network, HSBC and the Government of Malta, is organizing a webinar‘Deciphering the Brexit deal for business’to understand how it has been impacted so far. The webinar will shed light on the substance of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement and it will also help analyzing cross-country experiences on what the UK leaving the EU's ecosystem really meant in terms of common rules, supervision, and enforcement mechanisms.