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GRTU has today held a very successful and well attended meeting for all its members who have some kind of interest in the post-war Libya both if they were present in Libya before the trouble started or if they have never set foot in Libya.
GRTU believes in the importance of the Libyan market now like never before. From the vast experience GRTU representatives have in Libya GRTU can easily say that there are new opportunities in the new Libya specifically because it is different from the Libya before the war and business is slowly getting to be more transparent and healthy.
Mr Mario Debono, GRTU Council member heading the Libya initiative, provided participants with plenty of valuable and current information. Mr Debono, who has several years experience in the country, is today leading GRTU's initiative, signing agreements on behalf of GRTU with the Misurata Chamber of Commerce and the Libyan Businessman Council and helping GRTU assist Maltese businesses interested in Libya.
Mr Debono reported on the state of Libya today both economically and socially and explained how, if the approach is right, Maltese businessmen can achieve success in Libya. Mario Debono together with GRTU President Paul Abela have just returned from a business delegation to Libya which had very specific target areas.
This latest experience helped the GRTU go into detail about the business opportunities that exist, what investments are urgently needed and what would the Libyan people be interested in.
Imminently GRTU will focus on the four most important areas at the moment:
The food sector, including food handling and preparation
Construction services in its widest terms
General services (Finance, personal investment, insurance, etc…)
However no sectors will be excluded and therefore we will go into detail of all the interests, capacities and capabilities of our members. GRTU will be leading sector specific delegations, coaching members in their approach, helping in finding partners and making contracts and the required basics such as background research, visas applications, access to finance, setting up, etc…
A GRTU Libya Committee has been set up and GRTU is calling for interested members to form part of the Committee which already has a number of members. Interested enterprises can contact the GRTU Internationalisation Desk Ms Abigail Mamo on 21 232 881.
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).