Content House Group has just released MaltaCEOs 2022 – an exclusive high-end annual publication bringing together 50 of the country’s most influential business leaders. The sought-after publication is this year being published in 2 versions – as a sophisticated paperback and as a prestigious coffee-table hardbound book. The MaltaCEOs 2022 is currently being distributed amongst the elite of Malta’s corporate, business, and financial world, with a strong distribution network that reaches 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 MaltaCEOs 2022 publication will also be sold at leading newsagents throughout 2022.

The prestigious publication as well as its sister brand, are media brands owned and managed by Content House Group, one of Malta’s leading media organisations in the online and print industries.

Talking about the release of the 2022 edition, Marie Claire Camilleri, who is the Head of Sales & Business Development at Content House Group – and who also personally heads the business development drive of the MaltaCEOs brand, said it is extraordinary that despite the woes of the pandemic the demand by clients to feature in the publication and in the portal, has reached an all time peak: “As a Group we have invested heavily in the MaltaCEOs brand, both online and print, and the evolution of the brand has been incredible. Our strong reach and voice amongst business leaders, CEOs, people in management, professionals, and the corporate world are particularly strong. We are very happy that most of Malta’s leading brands are on board and very present on this prestigious brand – both online and on our high-end publication.”

Marie Claire also announced that the MaltaCEOs brand will continue to grow in 2022: “Yes, we will shortly be announcing new sub-brands of the successful MaltaCEOs brand – the readers want more from us, and our clients are also keen on such ventures. The growth curve continues!”

The MaltaCEOs 2022 edition is particularly strong and diverse. Alongside the 50 insightful interviews, MaltaCEOs 2022 sheds light on local CEOs making waves internationally whilst asking industry moguls for their business predictions for the coming year.

Speaking about the publication, Editor Jo Caruana noted that “to know a country is to know the people spurring its economy and working at grassroots level to bring innovation and change.”

“As always, while putting together this publication, clear trends emerged. This edition, one of them was the unignorable challenge of human resources. The ‘great resignation’, as it is being called, is far from a local issue,” Ms Caruana reflected.

“Unsurprisingly, ‘sustainability’ also remains one of the constants on many CEOs’ lips. Most highlighted climate change among their concerns, and called on the authorities to do more to mitigate the many difficulties it promises to bring,” she continued.

The MaltaCEOs media brand is owned and managed by Content House Group – Malta’s largest media company that targets and caters for the business-to-business and the corporate audience.

Core members of the MaltaCEOs Executive Team include Head of Sales & Business Development Marie Claire Camilleri, Business Development Strategist Matthew Spiteri, Creative Director Nicholas Cutajar, Director of Sales & Operations Lindsey Napier, Head of Digital & Marketing Raisa Mazzola, Operations & Client Relationship Manager Elena Dimech, and Senior Operations & Accounts Executive Sue Pisani.

Photography for the publication was coordinated by Angie Amato, whilst photoshoots were executed by Main Photographer Bernard Polidano and Additional Photographers Alan Carville and Tonio Lombardi.

The editorial team for MaltaCEOs 2022 was made up of the following: Rebecca Anastasi, Laura Bonnici, Lisa Borain, Rebecca Cachia, Rebecca Camilleri, Catherine Drake, Paula Fleri Soler, Philip Leone-Ganado, Rebekka Mamo, Dean Muscat, Sarah Muscat Azzopardi, Martina Said, Maureen Saguna, and Teri Spiteri.

The 50 business leaders interviewed in this edition of MaltaCEOs are as follows:

  • Javier Moreno Gonzalez – CEO, MAPFRE Middlesea
  • Charles Borg – CEO, PG Group plc
  • Adriana Camilleri Vassallo – CEO, Francis J Vassallo & Associates Ltd
  • Harald Rösch – CEO, Melita plc
  • Matthew von Brockdorff – CEO, Atlas Insurance
  • Stefan Borg – CEO, Busy Bee
  • Christian Vassallo – CEO, Campus Hub
  • Geoffrey Debono – CEO, Debono Group
  • Christian Sammut – CEO, BMIT Technologies
  • Catherine Tabone – CEO, Valletta Cultural Agency
  • Andrei Grech – CEO, AG Group
  • Etienne Sciberras – CEO, MAPFRE MSV Life
  • Kurt Farrugia – CEO, Malta Enterprise
  • Jeffrey Buttigieg – CEO, RE/MAX Malta
  • Sharon Gauci – CEO, Burmarrad Group
  • Albert Alsina – Founder and CEO, Mediterrania Capital Partners
  • Stanley Bugeja – Managing Director, DC Aviation Malta
  • Edwin Borg – CEO, The Point
  • Godwin Caruana – CEO and CTO, Harvest Technology plc
  • Marcel Bonnici – CEO, Mercury Towers
  • Paul Mifsud – CEO, Sparkasse Bank
  • Marco Galea – CEO, Oxford House Ltd
  • Tamas Banyai – CEO, Epic
  • Maria Cauchi Delia – CEO, The Malta Institute of Accountants
  • Nicolai Vella Falzon – Managing Partner, Fenech & Fenech Advocates
  • Martin Agius – CEO, The Convenience Shop (Holding) plc
  • Christabelle Camilleri – CEO, V&C Group
  • Edward Zammit Tabona – CEO, Fortina Investments
  • Sarah Zammit Cutajar – CEO, P Cutajar & Co Ltd
  • Mark Vassallo Cesareo – Managing Director, Viroc International
  • Edward Borg Grech – CEO, Bluefort
  • Mihai Cheregi – Managing Director, United International Management (Malta) Ltd and United International Trustees (Malta) Ltd
  • Kenneth De Martino – CEO and Chairman, KDM Investments
  • Mark Gasan – CEO, Gasan Group
  • Johann Buttigieg – CEO, Malta Tourism Authority
  • Patrick Spiteri Staines – CEO, T4B Services
  • Kenneth Brincat – CEO, Malta Digital Innovation Authority
  • Jesmond Bugeja – CEO, Malta Communications Authority
  • Deborah Schembri – CEO and Managing Director, STM Malta
  • Matthew Agius Mamo – CEO, Diligex
  • Jonathan Dalli – CEO, The Concept Stadium
  • Paul Baldacchino – CEO, DataTech Consulting
  • Jennifer Falzon – CEO, Malita Investments plc
  • Jesmond Mifsud – CEO, Malta Maritime Pilots Cooperative
  • Karl Azzopardi – CEO, Building and Construction Authority
  • James Camenzuli – CEO, Projects Plus
  • David Magro – CEO, Malta Freeport Corporation
  • Paul Magro – CEO, RiskCap
  • Joseph Attard – CEO, Indis Malta
  • Alessio Bucaioni – CEO Wes Trade Ltd

The digital version of the publication can be accessed here.

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