Malta Chamber of SMEs unveiled its 50 proposals for Budget 2023
22 September 2022
The Malta Chamber of SMEs launched 50 proposals for Budget 2023 during a press...
GRTU President Paul Abela and Director General Vincent Farrugia have yesterday left Malta early during the afternoon to accompany President George Abela on an institutional visit to Montenegro together with other bodies and high ranking Government officials. GRTU officials will today, as part of the official program, be participating in the Business Forum being organised at the Chamber of Economy of Montenegro, where Mr. Vince Farrugia will also be delivering a speech giving the experience of Maltese SMEs both prior and post accession. This in view that Montenegro is aspiring to join the European Union.
The EU plans to publish its opinion on Montenegro's EU membership application form in November 2010. As part of GRTU's programme, GRTU officials will also be meeting fellow employers' representatives in Montenegro. GRTU Malta Chamber of SMEs has this afternoon successfully signed a bilateral agreement for increased cooperation with the Montenegrin Employers Federation (MEF). Both GRTU and MEF are very active members of UEAPME, the European Association of Crafts, Small and Medium Enterprises, and this agreement is targeted at increasing collaboration. In particular by signing this agreement both parties have agreed to:
Providing the same one-stop-shop service to members visiting as that offered in the home country while in Montenegro or in Malta;
Mutual assistance when organisations are sending a business Delegation to Malta or Montenegro;
Cooperation in consultations and support in representation on Position Papers and Stands;
Mutual dissemination of strategies and best practices to improve the service of both organisations` members and work;
Collaborate on EU funding opportunities and projects;
Montenegro is a country Maltese businesses are keen to explore and GRTU will provide its experience of EU accession to Montenegro, spreading the benefits to both countries in general.
The Malta Chamber of SMEs represents over 7,000 members from over 90 different sectors which in their majority are either small or medium sized companies, and such issues like the one we're experiencing right now, it's important to be united. Malta Chamber of SMEs offers a number of different services tailored to its members' individual requirements' and necessities. These range from general services offered to all members to more individual & bespoke services catered for specific requirements.
A membership with Malta Chamber of SMEs will guarantee that you are constantly updated and informed with different opportunities which will directly benefit your business and help you grow. It also entails you to a number of services which in their majority are free of charge and offered exclusively to its members (in their majority all free of charge).