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  • Atlas boat competition winner

    Atlas boat competition winner

    Katrina Bugeja is the winner of the Atlas ‘Make your dreams unsinkable’ competition. Participants were asked to share a photo that depicts a fun (or funny) memory at sea on the Atlas Facebook page. The winning photo sent in by Ms Bugeja captures...

  • Don’t bin it, reuse it

    Don’t bin it, reuse it

    Year after year, tonnes of waste are deposited in landfills possibly ahead of their effective lifespan had they been reused, recycled, or donated. Unwanted items at home can be re-purposed, so it’s imperative to think of options for reuse before...

  • WDM, HSBC Malta host leaders and aspiring women directors

    WDM, HSBC Malta host leaders and aspiring women directors

    Chairpersons and CEOs of a number of Malta’s listed companies were invited, together with a group of women with an aspiration to become company directors, to a networking event organised by Women Directors Malta (WDM). Supported by HSBC Bank...

  • New Frank Salt Real Estate office in Cospicua

    New Frank Salt Real Estate office in Cospicua

    Frank Salt Real Estate has opened another branch in Cospicua. Branch manager Stanley Bonello, who has been working with the company for 14 years, said he was satisfied to see this new office that would be able to offer a more direct service to...

  • Office space in Malta

    Office space in Malta

    A range of towns in Malta are sought after by location, such as St Julian’s, Sliema, Gżira and Ta’ Xbiex, as well as Valletta for its old and modern architecture. There are other locations available for one to set up shop, depending on the type of...

  • Vodafone opens larger and refurbished concept store at MIA

    Vodafone opens larger and refurbished concept store at MIA

    The Vodafone store at Malta International Airport has undergone a major makeover, more than doubling in size and morphing from a kiosk into a sleek shop reflecting Vodafone’s trademark ‘modular’ design. Expanding from 19 square metres to 49, the...

  • Lidl wins Best Buy Award in retail chain category

    Lidl wins Best Buy Award in retail chain category

    The ICERTIAS Best Buy Award survey in Malta for the year 2017/2018 has concluded ­that Maltese consumers consider Lidl as the best in the category for price-quality ratio. For the second consecutive year, Lidl Malta confirms its winning...

  • Recruitment firm attends Finance Malta conference

    Recruitment firm attends Finance Malta conference

    Recruitment firm VacancyCentre attended the Finance Malta 10th Annual Conference. One of the platinum sponsors of the conference, its presence was reinforced through exposure and networking opportunities the event offered. In addition, the team...

  • Castille supports Finance Malta conference again

    Finance Malta recently held its 10th conference, entitled Malta’s financial services industry – taking the next quantum leap’, which attracted around 500 delegates. Sponsored by specialist recruitment agency Castille, the networking event was held...

  • Young people celebrate business success

    Young people celebrate business success

    On May 13, Flair, a JAYE (Junior Achievement Young Enterprise) company, won the Company of the Year award at the annual HSBC Company Programme Finals and Awards ceremony presented by Junior Achievement Young Enterprise Malta Foundation at the...

  • What’s business continuity management and why does your business need it?

    What’s business continuity management and why does your business need it?

    Reality check: Modern businesses rely on their digital capabilities now more than ever. Downtime has become a terrifying thing to even utter, let alone consider. This is why an effective business continuity plan has become a cornerstone in every...

  • Course on financial services provision

    Castille Institute is organising a three-hour course entitled ‘IFRS09 financial instruments:  A practical perspective for providers of financial services’ on June 21 from 9am to noon. IFRS 09 is the biggest single accountancy change in years. The...

  • International Centre receives funding to install new technology to remove rising damp problem

    International Centre receives funding to install new technology to remove rising damp problem

    One of Valletta’s most important charitablehubs recently received funding from Izola Bank to help it tackle a damp problem that threatens its operation. The International Centre, located underneath St Andrew’s Scots church in Valletta, serves as...

  • Colour and creativity at 3Doodler workshops

    Colour and creativity at 3Doodler workshops

    Colour and creativity featured prominently at the 3Doodler workshops organised at The Point Shopping Mall and Baystreet Shopping Complex by Forestals, agents of the 3Doodler pens in Malta. Meant for budding designers and makers of tomorrow, the...

  • CSB Group director joins leading gaming association

    CSB Group director joins leading gaming association

    International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL), a prestigious global gambling law networking and educational organisation, recently welcomed Roger Strickland Jr, CSB Group director and iGaming consultant, as an esteemed member. Mr Strickland has been...

  • Ikea Group chooses next CEO

    Ikea Group chooses next CEO

    Ikea Group has promoted company veteran Jesper Brodin to take over as chief executive as it steps up efforts to integrate its furniture stores and online business. Brodin, 48, has worked at Ikea for 22 years and is currently head of range and...

  • Careers Australia collapse leaves thousands in limbo

    Careers Australia Group, a provider of vocational education and training, has gone into voluntary administration after losing government funding, putting 1,100 people out of work and 15,000 students in limbo, its administrators said yesterday. All...

  • MSE Index relatively unchanged

    The MSE Index closed marginally lower at 4,631.342 points, yester-day. A total of 16 issues were active during the week of which eight closed higher, six lost ground, while three closed flat. Total turnover during the week increased from €1.82...

  • Oil prices see-saw, sterling hit as May’s lead in polls shrinks

    Oil prices see-sawed yesterday after Opec extended cuts in oil production but disappointed investors by not going further, while sterling slid after a poll showed the ruling Conservatives’ lead shrinking two weeks before an election. European...

  • Daily currency report

    The US dollar steadied after dropping this week to fresh lows against the euro and Canadian dollar. The euro moved further above 1.12 to new six-month highs, boosted by more favourable data from Europe. Canada’s loonie strengthened to four-week...