Nazzareno Vassallo

EY Malta has named Nazzareno Vassallo, Chairman of Vassallo Group Malta, EY Entrepreneur of the Year.

Established over 30 years ago, the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year program, which “recognises unstoppable entrepreneurial achievements among individuals and companies that demonstrate vision, leadership and success,” operates in over 60 countries and 145 cities around the world.

Now in its fourth year locally, the program culminates in the announcement of an overall winner, who will go on to join each country’s national winner to compete for the prestigious EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year Award in June.

Sharing the news in a social media post, EY Malta highlights Mr Vassallo’s accomplishments that led to the recognition. “Under his leadership, today the company employs over 1,700 people and has expanded into a number of segments operating in various fields that include construction, healthcare, IT, hospitality, real estate and catering amongst others.”

Previous winners of EY Entrepreneur of the Year Malta are Hotjar’s David Darmanin, AX Holdings Ltd Chairman Angelo Xuereb, and Corinthia Group’s Alfred Pisani.

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