One of Content House Group’s most anticipated annual publications is officially out: MaltaCEOs 2023 – an exclusive high-end annual publication bringing together 50 of the country’s most influential business leaders.
Once again, the sought after publication is being published in two versions: the first, a prominent hardback edition serving as a prestigious coffee-table book, while the second is a sophisticated paperback edition.
At the time of writing, MaltaCEOs 2023 is being distributed to leading companies across Malta’s most established corporate, business and financial sectors, with a distribution network that is also focused on reaching all leading CEOs and business leaders, leading C-level executives, banks, financial services companies, accountancy firms, legal firms, architecture firms, software and ICT companies, creative agencies, embassies, government agencies, yacht marinas, business centres, top hotels and much more.
The prestigious publication, as well as its sister brand MaltaCEOs.mt, are media brands owned and managed by Content House Group, one of Malta’s leading media organisations in the online and print industries.
Marie Claire Camilleri, Head of Corporate Sales & Business Development at Content House, who also heads the business development of the MaltaCEOs brand, said that the annual high end publication featuring 50 prominent CEOs has clearly gone from strength to strength: “The feedback – and the demand – we got on this brand throughout 2022 was overwhelming – it is clear that leading companies and CEOs are recognising the strength of MaltaCEOs when it comes to reaching out to the corporate and business segments of our economy, as well as when it comes to the strategic positioning of CEOs within the business landscape in Malta.”
Ms Camilleri added that the three components of the MaltaCEOs brand are all proving popular in the corporate and business markets: “It is clear that the 2023 edition of MaltaCEOs annual publication was a big hit, and the level of CEOs, as well as the level of companies that form part of the project, have hit a new high. We are delighted with the feedback we got on this amazing high profile publication as well as the constant demand for companies and business leaders to feature on MaltaCEOs.mt and on The Malta CEOs Weekly mailshot.”
Commenting on what our readers can expect from this bumper edition, Editor Jo Caruana remarked:
“It has to be said that 2022 was another challenging year for business. Aside from still reeling from the repercussions of the pandemic, the invasion of Ukraine and increased geopolitical tensions have highlighted that stability cannot be taken for granted.
“In fact, many of the CEOs within this year’s edition have a clear message: peace is absolutely critical.”
Ms Caruana went on to highlight that the process of putting this magazine together has invariably shone a light on which trends are likely to be top-of-mind for Malta’s business community in the short term.
“Most of our CEOs highlighted the importance of striving for global stability as urgently as possible. The climate crisis also leads their agenda, as business leaders come to terms with the fact that the changing climate will impact everything from supply chain strength to migration and regional stability.
“And finally, the increased use of technology is on everyone’s mind, as 2023 looks set to be the year that AI goes mainstream and becomes part of our daily lexicon. Whether that is a good thing or not remains to be seen, but many of our CEOs know that the effective use of technology is what will set the leaders apart from the obsolete in the decade to come.”
Indeed, Ms Caruana notes that “there are no conventional paths for us to walk going forward,” adding that some of Malta’s leading CEOs have embraced a change in the old ways of doing things, while some are frightened by the uncertainty this brings.
“There’s everything to play for, so, let’s get stuck in,” says the MaltaCEOs 2023 Editor.
Core members of the MaltaCEOs Executive Team include Head of Sales & Business Development Marie Claire Camilleri, Creative Director & Design Nicholas Cutajar, Director of Sales & Operations Lindsey Napier, Head of Digital & Marketing Raisa Mazzola and Operations & Client Relationship Manager Elena Dimech.
Photography for the publication and editorial assistance was coordinated by Angie Amato, while photoshoots were executed by Main Photographer Bernard Polidano.
The editorial team for MaltaCEOs 2023 was made up of the following: Rebecca Anastasi, Martina Bartolo Parnis, Laura Bonnici, Rebecca Cachia, Cat Calabrese, Paula Fleri Soler, Lea Hogg, Philip Leone-Ganado, Rebekka Mamo, Dean Muscat, Sarah Muscat Azzopardi and Maureen Saguna.
The 50 prominent interviews that form part of the 2023 Malta CEOs addition will now also be prominently serialised on MaltaCEOs.mt and on the popular social media platforms of the Malta CEOs brand.
The 50 business leaders interviewed in this edition of MaltaCEOs are as follows:
MaltaCEOs 2023 serialisation: Simon Jesmond Turner shares that some have been with the firm from the start, with children now ...
MaltaCEOs 2023 serialisation: Sandro Zammit shares that the company almost never says no to anything, and, while that can be ...
MaltaCEOs 2023 serialisation: Roderick has come a long way since his first days at the company nearly three decades ago.
MaltaCEOs 2023 serialisation: Edward sees a very bright future for the company, particularly since the subscription economy is growing.