Fabian Demicoli

Malta Future Realised Week 2021 – EY Annual conference

Malta’s largest virtual business forum returns on October 19-22

EY’s annual flagship event – a checkpoint for Malta’s economy – is back next October! The almost two decades old event, previously known as the Malta Attractiveness Event, went through a transformation of its own in 2020, turning into a week-long virtual experience open to all of Malta: public and private sector leaders, academics, students, NGOs, businesses, entrepreneurs, start-ups, environmentalists, advisors, investors, techies, creatives … everybody with Malta and their own future, at heart.

As Malta battles through and emerges from the biggest global crisis of the 21st Century, we must view this moment as the opportunity to really build a better working Malta.
You’re probably wondering: how can we do that?

Everything begins with an idea.

Immerse yourself in 4-virtual experiences which ask better questions to achieve better long-term answers for the challenges currently facing the country, businesses and its people.

1. Top international and local speakers with the latest insights …

Join over 50 speakers: CEOs, CFOs, entrepreneurs, investors, advisors, influential business and government leaders from Malta and around the worldUnleash ideas and share experiences on business growth, innovation and what’s shaping the future of the global economy.

2. Business planning for Covid-19 recovery and what’s next …

Before the pandemic, many companies delayed responding decisively to new value drivers and imperatives. That’s no longer an option. As Maltese businesses and society embark on a new voyage, we must chart a more sustainable course together. The stakes have never been higher.

3. The hottest data on Malta’s FDI investment, youth and consumer landscapes …
EY’s latest research will provide talking points and insights throughout:
  • Foreign direct investors latest thinking on Malta’s business environment
  • The differences and similarities between Gen-Z and Millennials
  • How consumers have evolved as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • The technology and digital trends taking over now and ones to watch for the future

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