On Friday 2nd December, the Malta Business Bureau (MBB) held its final conference for the Erasmus+ TAPROOM Project: Promoting the Production and Marketing of Organic and Craft Beer.


This project, entitled ToRRe – ‘Building Towards Retail Resilience’ – aims towards the creation of a smart learning environment space to further support the digital upskilling of Europe’s retail sector, in particular its retail small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).


The Malta Business Bureau is implementing a two-year EU-funded project, called Tourism4.0, which aims to stimulate digitalisation and innovation uptake in the tourism sector across Europe. Supporting the tourism sector and enterprises of all sizes through their digital transformation is a key priority for MBB. In this regard, Tourism4.0 intends to develop a capacity-building, technology-transfer, and assistance programme to enable tourism sector SMEs to adopt and leverage emerging digital technologies.


The TransFormWork project focuses on the implementation of the European Social Partners Framework Agreement on Digitalisation, June 2020, in 7 EU Member States (Bulgaria, Malta, Cyprus, Estonia, Ireland, Romania and Sweden. The objective is to explore the impact of digitalisation on social dialogue at national level and to explore a number of good practice examples in the partner countries related to existing initiatives, practices and collective agreements in the context of the digital transformation of the world of work.

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In collaboration between Energy and Water Agency (EWA), Malta Business Bureau and The Malta Chamber, businesses within the manufacturing industry will be given more guidance on how to consume energy and water efficiently.