UMNAI regularly participates in conferences, trade shows and various other events, both online and in-person. If you’d like to meet us at any of these, we’d love to get to know you and answer any questions you may have.
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Chamber of Commerce Conference
May 10, 2022 at 08:00 - 17:00
The Malta Chamber of Commerce is organising a conference celebrating 20 years of iGaming in Malta with a special focus on spin-offs, new businesses and fuelling the digital economy in Malta.
UMNAI’s Angelo Dalli will be giving a talk on digital entrepreneurship and the future of AI at the conference. If you’d like to meet Angelo and learn more about our Neuro-symbolic AI at the conference please contact us.
Check out the conference programme HERE.
Register for the conference HERE.
About the Chamber of Commerce
The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry is the independent voice of the private sector in Malta. Its principal mission is to actively represent companies from all economic sectors and ensure that entrepreneurs enjoy the best competitive environment and regulatory conditions possible for the conduct of business.
The Chamber constantly champions the need for competitiveness enhancing measures with the pertinent authorities in Malta as well as in Brussels. For the purposes of delivering on its mission, it has a well resourced in-house policy department that engages in desk research which complements feedback generated through its internal network of vertical and horizontal policy committees for the production of policy position papers.
The Chamber is the longest established Social Partner in Malta – having been established in 1848. It is the only Employer organisation that is recognised by the Laws of Malta (Commercial Code Cap 13). As a result of its merger with the FOI in 2009, it is also the strongest represented Employer body on such national boards as the MCESD, ERB, ME, MEUSAC and others.
Housed within its historic Exchange Buildings in Valletta, the Chamber serves as a natural home for SMEs and large enterprises alike and across all business sectors. Through its active internal structures, the Chamber enables effective communication across all stakeholders as well as ensuring a series of value-added services to business not least in the field of internationalisation.
The Chamber is affiliated to Eurochambres and BusinessEurope. It is also part of the Enterprise Europe Network which enables it to offer practical value-added services to members and clients through the support of around 600 business support organisations from more than 64 countries, with the principal aim of helping small companies seize the unparalleled business opportunities in the EU Single Market.
The Malta Chamber is certified by the Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority to comply with the requirements of MSA ISO 9001:2015