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Eacott Enterprises has officially launched the first edition of the Malta-UAE Business Summit (MUBS), set to take place on 23rd and 24th May 2024, with the aim of fostering international business relationships.

The event, which will be held at Hilton Malta in St Julian’s, will also seek to explore investment opportunities and enhance economic and cultural cooperation between Malta and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Eacott Enterprises stated that this summit marks a “significant milestone in cross-border trade and investment,” also acting as an international gateway between Europe and the Middle East.

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MUBS 2024 will bring together an international mix of entrepreneurs, investors, and business owners, while also featuring high-profile business leaders from both Malta and the UAE. Furthermore, it underscores the importance of culture and tourism alongside cross-border trade and investments, offering a unique platform for participants to engage with global trends and opportunities.

Attendees will have the opportunity to gain insights from different industry leaders through keynote speeches and panel discussions, participate in organised networking sessions, and also explore both Malta and the UAE’s rich cultures.

Emirates has been confirmed as one of the headline sponsors of the first edition, an endorsement that Eacott Enterprises said “underscores the global resonance of MUBS and its pivotal role in nurturing international business synergies.”

Additionally, MUBS will also be collaborating with a number of global media partners, allowing extensive coverage through several media channels across more than 120 countries through the Global Chamber of Business Leaders. Eacott Enterprises noted that this partnership enables greater international visibility, both for the summit’s sponsors and participants.

Interested parties who are keen on exploring the summit’s offerings and securing their participation can learn more by clicking here.


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