There has been much discussion about the importance of a long term plan for Malta's future - whether it is in regards to the sustainability goals set by the Green Deal, the Government's economic vision, or the initiatives focused on education and wellbeing. Despite so much tumult and uncertainty in the world currently, why is it so important to look forward in this way?
Tomorrow’s episode of The Boardroom, airing live on WhosWho.mt’s Facebook page at 11am, co-founding partner at Seed, Nicky Gouder, CEO and Founder at BRND WGN, Peter-Jan Grech and CEO at The Quad Business Towers, Catherine Halpin, will delve into the importance of a long-run vision for Malta amid COVID uncertainty.
The episode will be presented by business-writer Jo Caruana.
Mr Gouder is a tax specialist, advising several corporates and individuals, both locally and also overseas. Seed, co-founded by Mr Gouder, is a recently launched consultancy operating across different disciplines, offering specialised advisory in and across the following domains: strategy and growth; economic; tax; corporate structuring; regulatory and migration.
Mr Grech is the CEO and founder of BRND WGN, a brand consultancy that supports entrepreneurs and brand leaders in their endeavour to create meaningful brands that add positively to our world.
Years of leading creative teams and providing strategic counsel to business owners have taught Mr Grech that the best way to solve problems is a challenging mindset and brutal honesty.
Ms Halpin is an engineer by profession with a background in energy generation, construction and major capital projects. She is CEO of The Quad Business Towers, a major development by Tumas and Gasan Groups, being touted as a “true-next generation office development”. She formerly served as the Commercial Director of ElectroGas Malta.
As three leading business figures who have placed bets on the success of Malta’s future, pertinent questions of how the country should rebuild and reshape its vision for a more sustainable future will be explored.