Category Archives: Local

Saving BIG on exports

TR806RGBExasperated.  This is the feeling many of the local shipping executives of exporting companies used to feel when searching for a reliable but at the same time cost-effective forwarding solution for their export business.  It is very easy to find reliable and competitive freight forwarders with regards importations but as far as exports go, there always seemed to be much less options on the market.  This resulted in very high costs compared to imports and less than satisfactory transit times resulting in the local manufacturing exporting companies having an even tougher time competing in the competitive global market. Continue reading

The Big Data

Big-Data-23by Denise De Gaetano

With one of the top spots retained for the request of Facebook personal data per capita by the Maltese government, it is becoming more evident that Malta is adjusting to the big data revolution. We no longer can keep much of our lives personal. With every supermarket transaction, Facebook and Twitter login and discount card usage, our personal data, buying habits, posts, photos, likes and chats, we reveal our lives to help companies and governments, achieve the two Ms: Monitoring and Monetization. Continue reading

Right brain meets left brain: Deloitte Malta combines skills and expertise to launch Deloitte Digital

image004Deloitte Malta is placing digital strategy and transformation at the forefront of its agenda as it launches Deloitte Digital, the accredited brand of the wider Deloitte network of member firms which combines Deloitte’s globally recognised strength in business transformation and technology implementation with the capabilities of a world-class digital agency.

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The Convenience Shop supports local Boxing in aid of Caritas

BoxingSports discipline in the spotlight

The Convenience Shop has supported “Hands of Stone” – the first boxing event of its kind organised by Chavez Boxing Promotions.  The novelty in this sponsorship was the focus on local sports discipline, with Caritas benefitting from the proceeds of this event.

“We, at The Convenience Shop recognise and value the role of sport for the physical and mental well-being of the individual and community at large,” said Ivan Calleja, Director at The Convenience Shop. “We are delighted that through this event we have indirectly supported Caritas; this reflects the Group’s long term vision towards Corporate Social Responsibility,” added Ivan.

The well attended event was held at Aria Complex, San Gwann on Thursday 9th February, 2017

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