The first-ever edition of Malta Invest has reached the shelves of corporate offices across London, and the feedback in business and corporate circles in the city has been overwhelmingly positive, according to the publication’s global distributors.

Produced, published and owned by Content House Group, one of Malta’s largest media organisations in the online and print sectors, Malta Invest is the first-ever comprehensive international investment guide focusing on Malta as a destination.

Malta Invest provides those who are keen to explore what Malta has to offer with frank and valuable feedback from people who have invested or aided investment in Malta, and with practical information on investment routes and possibilities that is, to date, scattered across different sites and provided by different entities and agencies – public and private – depending on the sector or area of responsibility.

Malta Invest is also being distributed in places that matter through a global distribution partner, landing in strategic places in major cities besides London – including Paris, Geneva, Frankfurt, Zurich, Paris, Dubai, and Brussels – at leading investment banks, corporate firms, business-oriented hotels, private members clubs, embassies, first and business class airline lounges, and private jet centres.

Over and above this global reach, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade is also distributing copies of Malta Invest in key Malta missions around the world.

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