The Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry – the independent voice of Malta’s private sector – has appointed a new Head of Policy and Head of Projects & EU Funds.
Kevin Mizzi will be taking on the former role whilst Daniela Grech will be taking on the latter.
Mr Mizzi has occupied various roles in his professional career. These have touched upon policy development and implementation, political strategy, and communications coordination, amongst other things.
Since January 2021, Mr Mizzi has served in a number of managerial roles concerning Member Relations within The Malta Chamber. These have seen him work closely with the Policy Development team to implement relevant Chamber membership advice, governance, and future-looking policies at a micro level.
Between August 2017 and December 2020, Mr Mizzi served within the Malta Chamber Projects and Internationalisation Department, carrying out company reviews, drawing up partnering profiles and organising matchmaking projects, also within the ambit of the European Enterprise Network.
Besides his support towards assisting ambitious companies grow internationally, Mr Mizzi has supported the organisation of several incoming and outgoing trade missions, ‘Doing Business With’ conferences and ‘AI for Industry’ information seminars to ensure that policy implementation reaches Malta Chamber members at a micro support level.
Furthermore, he supported The Malta Chamber’s work on internationalisation business councils and helped Members tap into EU funding opportunities.
Dr Grech, on the other hand, graduated in Law and European Studies from the University of Malta.
In 2007 she joined the Managing Authority for EU Structural funds, then under the Office of the Prime Minister, as Projects Manager, and then later as Senior Manager and Chief Coordinator.
Her portfolio throughout the years has included Research, ICT, Environment, Transport, and Health projects funded through ERDF and CF.
Prior to joining The Malta Chamber, Dr Grech was tasked with the coordination of the Communication and Evaluation of the European Structural and Investment Programmes and their socio-economic impact on the Maltese islands, whilst overseeing the Managing Authority’s training programme and procurement unit.
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