Fabian Demicoli

Workshops for Maltese Businesses

Workshop 1:
Innovation in Business – Speaker: Ing David Dingli, Resource
Productivity Consulting Services – Topic: Innovation is the development
of new values through solutions that meet new requirements; it differs from
invention [1] in that innovation refers to the use of a better and, as a
result, novel idea or method,

whereas invention refers more directly to the
creation of the idea or method itself. Innovation also differs from improvement
[2] in that innovation refers to the notion of doing something different rather
than doing the same thing better. Join this seminar to learn how this can be
applied to your business operations!

Date: 17th April

Time: 3.00 PM TO 4.00 PM

Workshop 2:
Family Business- Developing Governance for successful Transitions

Date: 17th April

Time: 4.00 PM TO 5.00 PM

Speaker: Mr. Mario Duca, Family
Business Consultant and Chairman of the Malta Association of Family Enterprises

Topic: While many family owned
businesses have a long-term objective of "passing the business on to the
next generation", in reality, only about 30% of family owned businesses
successfully transfer to the second generation. Furthermore, only about 15%
make it to the third generation, and only about 5% make it to the fourth
generation. Why are so many family businesses unsuccessful at making the
transition to the next generation? Possible underlying reasons will be
discussed at this workshop.


Workshop 3:
Procurement Opportunities in the World Bank Date: 18th April

Time: 3.00 PM TO 4.00 PM

Speaker: Mr. Gilles Garcia,
Enterprise Outreach Services, World Bank

Topic: Mr Garcia from the Paris
office of the World Bank will be visiting Malta to generate further awareness
about the business opportunities available to SMEs who wish to offer their
products and services to the World Bank agencies. Mr Garcia will be also available
for individual meetings [by appointment please].


Session will be held at Radisson Blue
Hotel, St Julian which are free of charge, however attendance must be
registered on:

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