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Professional networking is at the core of business culture in Malta. There are numerous groups, clubs, associations and other professional networks. Typically, you will have to sign up to become a member of such a network and pay an annual membership fee. In return, you will get access to networking events, publications, online resources and consultation services. Detailed information on how to become a member, various types of membership and the respective fees can be found on the website of a particular network.
Examples of Maltese business networks include:
In addition to that there are also a number of professional associations, such as the Medical Association of Malta, the Malta Veterinary Association, the Federation of Estate Agents in Malta, or the Chamber of Advocates Malta. To read more on professional associations in Malta see Working Associations.
Of particular interest to expats might also be bilateral business networks. Certain large countries have their Chamber of Commerce representation in Malta. There are also a range of other independent bilateral business associations. These run membership clubs which are primarily directed at expats from the respective country who are doing business in Malta and business professionals from Malta who wish to do business in that particular country. Examples of such Chambers of Commerce and bilateral business associations in Malta include:
Finally, do not forget about online networking sites for professionals. These networks enable both businesses and individuals to create an online profile and join groups of interest. They can be useful for self-promotion, recruitment and making new contacts in your field. The most popular networking site for professionals in Malta is LinkedIn.
For other expat groups in Malta, see Expat Groups in Malta.
Sections in EMPLOYMENT AND BUSINESS IN MALTA:
» Finding a Job, CVs, Interviews and Etiquette for Expats in Malta
» Work Culture and Labour Market for Expats in Malta
» Expats Owning and Operating a Business in Malta
» Business Groups, Associations and Networking for Expats in Malta
» Business Taxation for Expats in Malta
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