Matthew Caruana

1st September marks the beginning of a new era for the JA Malta Foundation as the organisation launches its new website.

However, for the foundation’s CEO, Matthew Caruana, says “this is more than just a cosmetic change.” Mr Caruana took to social media to celebrate this milestone. “It is a symbol of what Junior Achievements stands for – a progressive and ambitious organisation that aims to continue achieving bigger things beyond the Young Enterprise Company Programme”, he added.

Writing about this occasion, the foundation also expressed pride in this special moment and explained its significance: “The updates show the evolution of our organisation since its founding in 1989. While this is a significant change, our core beliefs haven’t changed.”

Much work has been put into building the new website, however, the foundation feels that this was all worth the effort as it truly represents the team. “Over the last few months, we have poured our hearts and souls into creating a new website that would accurately depict who we are, at our core as a team”, it added.

The website’s aim, as well as the foundation in general, is to help people succeed in the entrepreneurial world. “We will continue building on the excellent work of the past, as numerous individuals from the JA Malta Alumni Network can vouch for, and achieve bigger and better results”, Mr Caruana Concluded.

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Matthew Caruana / LinkedIn

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