European Business Magazine caters for the pan European Business Market .The worlds leading global economy is now becoming smaller to reach and more accessible with the help of technology and social media . As European entrepreneur’s and business leaders become more adept with technology and social media , European Business Magazine, will not only be keeping them abreast with their bi monthly magazine on the latest developments in the European market, but with their smart technology, they will also be targeting their readers digitally, with updates via email and newsletter, as well as social media with latest news from Europe.read more
Established in 1987 and acting as Malta’s main Tourism and Hospitality educational institution, the Institute of Tourism Studies (ITS) offers a vast selection of programmes taught by dedicated lecturers, and in a newly relocated campus in Ħal Luqa which offers multiple specialised labs and kitchens to assure that students receive the essential theoretical and practical education required.read more
Christmas is celebrated widely in Malta and there are many activities you can attend during the festivities. In this article, we will briefly mention the most popular activities you can attend during Christmas and News Years Eve in Malta. 1. Visit Christmas Markets...read more
Malta has an incredibly rich culture and history which is believed to date back to 5200BC. Many settlers have left their mark on the Islands over time, and the population has had cultural influences from Phoenicians, Romans, Greeks, Normans, Sicilians, Swabians,...read more
When in Malta, it is good to be aware of the feasts, events and festivals happening around you. These are usually a great insight to the country’s culture, tradition and way of living. Finding something to do in Malta, is rarely a problem, as there is usually something happening everyday in Malta, especially this year, due to the Valletta 2018 programme. This week there are not many feasts to celebrate, however, there is a large number of local events happening from today until the end of the week. In this article you will find out that, this week, you can find an event to satisfy everyone’s taste.read more
An event packed week in Malta The Three Palaces Concert that commenced last week, is still on going and will remain until the 12th of November. This week there are not many feasts to attend, however, there are ample events worth mentioning.read more
A unique approach for visiting one of Malta’s most beautiful historical building. The event will be seven days long and it highlights some of the most talented classical music composers and musicians. The event will commence on the 2nd of November and is now the sixth consecutive year for this successful event. The venue hosting the event will be The National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta.read more
Yoga is a group of practices and disciplines originating from ancient India. The purpose initially was to unite body and soul, but it has become much more than that over the years. Today, yoga is practiced by high level executives to image-conscious stars around the...read more
With an anticipated 5,000 delegates and 222 speakers covering the world-changing applications of blockchain technology, this expo will light up the Intercontinental with technology minded businesses and entrepreneurs.read more
For that extra quality, you need to find those little jewels for an exceptional seafood dining experience. In this seafood restaurant guide, we will mention some of the top places to dine at, for seafood lovers in Malta.read more
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Last week was a huge success with the Rolex Middle Sea Race. This week, the main event is unique and delicious! We will section the rest of this article with the top traditional feasts and events you can attend and five of the most visited articles last week. Have a look and keep updated with what’s happening this week in the Maltese Islands.
The popularity of vegan and vegetarian food is increasing, and the restaurants are catching up. With new advancements in lab-grown foods, such as cantaloupe burgers, plant-based restaurants are increasing in popularity. Although most restaurants have a vegetarian option or two on the menu, a good variety of vegan and vegetarian options are hard to come by in Malta.
Unlike the last event-packed week, this week is a much more tranquil one. But this doesn’t mean you are going to be left with nothing to do whilst in Malta. Since there are not many feasts and events during the week days, we will be suggesting some of the top cities to visit if you are a foreigner in Malta and five articles that act as a guide to some of the most beautiful gems on the Maltese Islands.
This whole month is packed with entertainment and events! Last week, the Notte Bianca and Malta Tattoo Expo, were a great success and were enjoyed by thousands of people. This week, however, is no less exiting as we have some of the most exiting events displaying Malta’s traditions, culture and rich history.
All of us need a place that we can call home. Depending on your line of work, financial background, needs and wants, there is a variety of different accommodations for you to choose from. Maltese regulations, laws, and requirements apply depending on whether you plan a rental solution, buying a property or setting up a long-term real-estate investment. On the other hand, one has to keep in mind that the regulations may vary also by nationality, citizenship and residence-related details.
Commencing Thursday at 18.30hrs, the World Tourism Day is a beautiful event celebrated across the Maltese Islands. A series of events are organised, in which, Residents and foreigners get together and enjoy the benefits of tourism. This particular day highlights the importance that tourism holds in Malta, not only in an economic and financial context but also from a cultural perspective.
This week’s main event is the Autumn Equinox at Hagar Qim and Mnajdra in Qrendi. This consists of two tours and is usually a great success and is attended by many culture enthusiasts, tourists and locals. The event will be hosted by Heritage Malta taking place on Thursday and Friday. Entrance is at 5.30am and the number of people able to attend is limited.
To maintain its place at the forefront of the cryptocurrency sector, the University of Malta is to provide a €300,000 scholarship fund for students of blockchain and distributed ledger technology.