Malta Future Realised Week 2021

Malta’s largest virtual business forum returns on October 19-22



Join our top international and local speakers with the latest insights!
CEOs, CFOs, entrepreneurs, investors, advisors, influential business and government leaders from Malta and around the world will unleash ideas and share experiences on business growth, innovation and what’s shaping the future of the global economy.

Dr. Robert Abela – Prime Minister of Malta
Dr. Bernard Grech – Leader of the Opposition
Yves LetermeFormer Prime Minister, Belgium
Jan Krzysztof BieleckiFormer Prime Minister, Poland
Jan-Peter-Balkenende Former Prime Minister, Netherlands
Gallina Vincelette – Director for the European Union, World Bank
Emily Bayley – Future of Investing Project Lead, World Economic Forum
Valentina Ion – Business Strategy Director, Microsoft
Tom Raftery – Global Innovation Evangelist, SAP
Prof. Catherine De Vries – Professor of Political Science, Bocconi University

and many more to be announced…


6 reasons why you should join us virtually!
  1. It’s the 17th edition (previously known as the Malta Attractiveness Event)
  2. Malta’s largest virtual business forum
  3. 4 virtual experiences full of economic insights
  4. 50 high-profile international and local speakers
  5. Announcing the Malta Attractiveness, Generate Youth and Work Reimagined Surveys
  6. Free for all Malta to attend


Register now


Attractiveness and Recovery
19 October | 10:00


Day 1 begins with a global framing of the current international and European challenges. We reveal the 17th EY Malta Attractiveness Survey, this year carried out within the context of COVID-19 and the FATF’s grey listing. Find out where foreign investors believe Malta is doing well and what can be improved. Finally, we look at a Malta Reimagined, with the onus on businesses – large and small, and people from all walks of life to help build a better Malta.

10:00 – 10:30 | Global economic landscape and recovery
10:30 – 11:30 | Malta Attractiveness Survey and what foreign investors think
11:30 – 12:00 | Malta reimagined – The future is in your hands…


20 October | 10:00


Day 2, held in collaboration with the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise, and Industry, commences with a quick look at innovation trends taking place now, next and beyond. We then look at innovation and how Malta can play to its strengths with a deep-dive into the e-health and health sector as a driver for growth. Manufacturing, a cornerstone of Malta’s economy has an even greater role going forward – listen to key players and find out what kept the industry so relevant and where it’s going next. Finally, with clean energy investment increasing in recent years we speak to experts to understand the role and where Malta goes next.

10:00 – 10:30 | Innovation trends from around the world
10:30 – 11:00 | Playing to our strengths – healthcare as a driver for innovation and growth
11:00 – 11:30 | Industry transformation – what this offers to Malta’s Manufacturing industry
11:30 – 12:00 | Clean energy – a driver for investment


21 October | 10:00


Day 3 is all about people, skills, education and Malta’ youths and held in collaboration with the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise, and Industry.
We start with a debate on the future of work and education, what does this mean in practice and how can Malta capitalise? We reveal the 4th EY Generate Youth Survey which gathered the views of over 700 Generation-Z and Millennials in Malta. The surveys purpose is to provide public and private sector leaders with deeper insights into the thinking of Malta’s younger generations, their similarities and differences. Finally, we hear from a panel of former world leaders as we discuss matters which are shaping industries all over the world.10:00 – 10:30 | Future of work and education
10:30 – 11:00 | Generate Youth Survey Results and Analysis
11:00 – 11:30 | Former world leaders discussion


22 October | 14:00


Future Realised Week comes to an end with a key focus on sustainability, long-term value and what companies can do to help build a better working Malta. We start with global speakers and figure out what does long-term, sustainable value really mean? We then speak with local architects on the construction and development challenges being faced. Finally, a distinguished panel of local experts provides their views on the role of business to continue stimulating economic growth but not at the peril of the environment.

14:00 – 14:30 | Sustainability: Global perspectives
14:30 – 15:00 | Bettering our built environment
15:00 – 15:30 | The role of private sector today for a better tomorrow



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