From 4th-5th May this year, the industries and sectors that facilitate Malta’s vast building and property sector will meet in Malta for the first edition of the MARE Summit.

In its first edition, the B2B trade fair will gather a large number of the Maltese players including the authorities, developers, RE agencies, investors and material providers among others.

Malta's property market was one of few in Europe to remain stoic despite the pandemic. Due to Malta's economic stability and the age-old tradition of investing in the sector, the property market enjoys consistent capital growth as one of the highest in Europe.

Malta’s building and property sector to convene this May for first edition of MARE Summit

As a meeting point in the Mediterranean, business delegations will bring international opportunities and investors from the Middle-East, North-Africa and other European Countries. Many national and international organisations are actively involved in shaping this unique forum, be it as exhibitors, partners, attendees, and lecturers.

This hybrid event will focus on sustainable development, restoration, agent’s tools and skills, economy and technology. The trade show program will also include an exhibition, networking, lunch and coffee-breaks.

More than 50 global leaders and experts will share their insights through bespoke panel discussions, interviews, keynote speeches, and breakout sessions. Karl Azzopardi, (Building Construction Authority), Ian Casolani (Belair), Denise Micallef (AXgroup and MDA), Raphael Aloisio (Deloitte), Marthese Portelli (The Malta Chamber) and Leonid McKay (Housing Authority), Johann Buttigieg (MTA), Andre Pizzuto (Kamra tal-Periti) and Chantal Stagno Navarra (MCCM and CIOB) are some of the local speakers.

The event will be hosted at the Hilton Conference Center and online, with a free registration available online. For more information, readers can visit the summit’s website or contact its team. 

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