The Malta Chamber and PwC Malta sign Gold Collaboration Agreement

Last Updated on Thursday, 4 August, 2022 at 1:32 pm by Andre Camilleri

The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry have signed a Gold Collaboration Agreement with PwC Malta. The aim is to provide a forward-looking vision for the country that supports business community growth through The Malta Chamber’s Think Tank.

Ahead of the signing The Malta Chamber President, Marisa Xuereb, said “while Malta and the world today is witnessing rapid changes across all sectors and industries, the future can be lived and foreseen in our present. With this in mind, PwC Malta are the ideal partners to spearhead the Think Tank, in provoking useful discussion to establish a vision which captures ideas, hopes and aspirations for both current and future generations.”

“In June 2021, the PwC International Network unveiled The New Equation, a global strategy focused on helping clients meet the needs of their shareholders, stakeholders and society.  The profound changes in the world mean that organisations can only succeed by creating a virtuous circle between earning trust and delivering sustained outcomes. This collaboration with the Malta Chamber and leading its Think Tank presents an excellent opportunity to bring forward this approach and our ideas to help achieve a future that is human-led and tech-powered for our society” added David Valenzia, Territory Senior Partner at PwC Malta.

The Malta Chamber Think Tank is one of the main horizontal committees with the objective of exploring possibilities and future global economic scenarios with a view to forecast and advise on required strategies and resources. “The ultimate aim and guided by a strategic roadmap, The Malta Chamber Think Tank, supported by PwC Malta, will work through collective imagination, inspiration and design to help define and shape Malta’s future,” said President Xuereb.

The Gold Collaboration Agreement was signed by Ms Marisa Xuereb and Mr Christopher Vassallo Cesareo as President and Deputy President of The Malta Chamber, respectively, and David Valenzia, Territory Senior Partner at PwC Malta.

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