Tourists in Malta are expected to exceed 2.5 million this year, making it another record year for the industry, according to the Malta Tourism Authority (MTA). However, can Malta’s infrastructure continue to deal with this unprecedented rate of growth? Have we reached our saturation point? What’s next?
Join us on the 19th of November to learn more from Malta’s Minister of Tourism.
About our Speaker
Dr Konrad Mizzi BSc, MA(Notts), PhD(Notts), MP
MINISTRY FOR TOURISM, Malta
Konrad Mizzi is the Minister of Tourism for Malta. He is currently leading the revitalisation of the national airline, Air Malta. He is also leading initiatives in the tourism sector, mainly through the Malta Tourism Authority and other change programmes through the Grand Harbour Regeneration Corporation and is working on various Public Private Partnerships.
Prior to entering politics, Konrad Mizzi had led major projects and initiatives in the Energy Sector, in Malta and in the United Kingdom. Konrad Mizzi was a Partner and head of the energy and Infrastructure Practice for the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa) with Pcubed, a global leader in programme management. He has previously held senior roles with Deloitte and Touche and British Telecom in the United Kingdom. In the UK, Konrad Mizzi led various change projects which included the forging of an Alliance between seven energy companies which improved services and realised large savings. He has also worked with Regional Government leaders to transform deprived areas.
Konrad Mizzi holds an M.A. with Distinction and a PhD from the University of Nottingham. He also holds a B.Sc from the University of Malta and a Diploma in Finance. He was also awarded a Chevening Scholarship from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the United Kingdom.
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