APCO, Ian Pellicano
Ian is focused on creating local and international business for payment-enabling technologies.
Ian joined Apco, his family’s business, towards the end of 1995. He was responsible for setting up the software development arm of the organisation and engineered the technical design for APCO’s software for fuel station payments and the software behind terminal points which was used in various local banks.
In 2007, Ian set up the online payments division of the company and has taken it from an ambitious start-up to an organisation that provides payment solutions on a global scale. APCO joined Harvest in 2014.
From 1991 to 1996, Ian was Chief Information Officer at Hasenbichler, an Austrian investment group involved in hi-tech trading in shares, futures and market commodities. He held directorships at Maltacom from 1999 to 2003 and at MaltaPost plc from 2003 to 2007. He was also a board member at San Andrea School for six years.
Ian currently sits on the board of directors at Apco Systems and Apco Limited and PTL.
Concept Stadium, Jonathan Chetcuti
Jonathan is the co-founder of the Concept Stadium, a boutique marketing consultancy firm in Malta servicing a wide range of clients. He studied art and specialised in Computer Science and AI at the University of Malta.
For 14 years he spearheaded the web operations of GO and Melita, two major quad play telecom players in the Maltese islands. Major milestones in his career included the mobile launch and online rebranding of both organisations together with the launch of major services that have changed the local telecoms industry.
At the Concept Stadium he provides consultancy and strategy to a variety of clients in a variety of sectors including retail, FMCG and corporate, with a particular interest in digital marketing and web. In recent years he has researched and delved deeper into shopper marketing and in store customer experience.
He has played competitive volleyball for over 25 years, winning all top personal and team honours in Malta with three different teams including 10 national championships. Jonathan was twice nominated for the Malta National Sports Awards and over the years he has obtained over 100 caps with the Malta National Volleyball team, captaining his national side between 2003 and 2012.
Jonathan is married and has a son. He is very passionate about photography, traveling, cycling and most importantly spending time with his family.
eBusiness, Carmelo Romano
Carmelo Romano started his career in industrial electronics, quickly moving on to computers at the very early stages of their proliferation in Malta. Carmelo has a Masters in Information Technology (major in Information Security) from the University of Liverpool and a Masters in Knowledge-based Entrepreneurship from the University of Malta. His thesis for the former dealt with secure information flow between different levels of an enterprise, while his thesis for the latter was an in-depth study of the tourism industry including a business plan for a tourism related portal. He also has various certifications from both Microsoft and Cisco.
Carmelo’s experience includes: software development and technical support to early adopters of business computers; the successful setting up of one of the early Internet Service Providers on the island; support of a satellite broadcasting station; providing service to the printing industry through desktop publishing; lecturing to BSc students; running IT related businesses and doing research work for a top 100 university; SME company directorships; and coaching & mentoring of entrepreneurs.
Carmelo is the CIO of one of an international payment services company based in Malta. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of AllSecure Ltd, operators of eBusiness Systems, a sister company to Advenio eAcademy
Gasan Mamo, Julian Mamo
Born in 1969 and educated at St Edward’s College, Julian started familiarising himself with the family business upon finishing school, when he spent two years working in the family business Galdes & Mamo Ltd.
In 1988 Julian went to University in the US, graduating in 1992 from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Business Management and Spanish as well as a Diploma in International Management. Upon returning to Malta in 1992, he resumed his work at Galdes & Mamo Ltd, gaining experience by working in various departments. He worked his way up and eventually become a director in 1995.
1999 was a landmark year for the business, culminating in the merger between Gasan Insurance Agency and Galdes & Mamo Ltd. Julian played an important role in this negotiation and in the subsequent integration of the two companies. Taking on the mantle of Director of Sales, Marketing & Administration of GasanMamo Insurance he was instrumental in building GasanMamo into a household name with a very strong brand. In 2013 Julian took on a further challenge, when he took on the role of Managing Director. His responsibilities within the company are wide and varied and he also holds directorships on several other companies.
He is currently a Council Member of the Malta Insurance Association and a past Council Member of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, and MIMA.
Having been in the insurance business for over 25 years, Julian has witnessed momentous changes in the industry and its market and is a firm believer in preparing for change and adapting to the times.
Julian is married to Victoria and has three children Laura 18, Nicholas 16 and Myles 11. He a keen polo player, enjoys sailing, travelling and gardening.
Hon. Silvio Schembri MP
Hon. Silvio Schembri MP is a an elected Maltese politician and academic currently serving as a Junior Minister within the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta responsible for financial services, digital economy and innovation .
Hon Schembri is an experienced Lecturer In Economics with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Political Communication, Negotiation, Sustainable Development, Political Science, and Analytical Skills. Strong education professional with a Master of Arts and a Bachelors Degree of Honours focused in Economics from L-Università ta’ Malta.
Jameson Cucciardi is a self-taught Film Director and Video Editor with over 10 years of experience. His interests range from Photography, Philosophy, Psychology, Films, Fiction TV Series and Video Games. After working at a local TV station for 7 years, Jameson moved on to freelancing where he started producing, directing and editing for the local market. His work today varies from commercials to corporate videos to his all time favourite – drama. Being a storyteller, Jameson always tries to incorporate the notion of story in anything he does and likes to emphasise on the emotional impact received by the audience in his productions. Some of his well known productions include the TV series Maskra (2013-2014) and his debut feature film 20,000 Reasons (2015).
Jameson was also awarded Best Director for his short film Hostage (2015) at The Malta International TV Short Film Festival. Being a member of the association VisMedNet, Jameson also handles the media aspect of the organisation when it comes to generating video content for training, promotion and dissemination of European projects and handling of all still and moving image content. He believes the greatest asset in this industry is collaboration. That is why Jameson is always on the lookout for different collaborators to work together on different projects. His plans for the future are to start generating more web based content on various subjects while in between drama productions both TV and film based.
KPMG, Eric Muscat
Mr Eric Muscat, is a Partner within the IT Advisory of KPMG. Eric has over 25 years’ experience working in various Information Technology functions covering the entire spectrum of the systems development lifecycle, IT project management, IT strategy, selection and implementation of IT solutions, process re-engineering, IT risk management, learning strategies and change management.
Eric is responsible for a team of professionals engaged on IT Advisory projects covering IT project management, systems implementation, business intelligence, data & analytics, IT assurance, IT governance and IT security within the Financial Services, Transportation and Gaming sectors. His main focus is the bridging of the technology / business gap and can relate well to the C-level within organisations. Eric founded the KPMG CIO Agenda in Malta which brings together CIOs and CTOs into a community to exchange ideas, explore emerging trends and question avant garde technologies.
MCA, Stephen Agius
Mr Stephen Agius is the Chief of Information and Development with the Malta Communications Authority, the national regulatory authority of the communications sector in Malta. Apart from his role in Strategic Information Management and Human Resources, he is currently coordinating a number of national initiatives aimed at supporting social cohesion and e-Inclusion.
Steve is the co-founder of the Malta Internet Governance Forum and participates in the European Commission High Level Working Group on Internet Governance. He is also a core member of the ENISA expert working group on Cloud Computing advising the EU on cloud security and sits on the governing body of the national ICT strategy Digital Malta.
In his role as Project Manager, Steve led numerous large scale projects both locally and abroad in the areas of Strategic Information Management (ERP, Billing, Order to Cash, Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing), networking infrastructure and process modelling.
Steve gained a first class computing degree from the University of Greenwich (UK) followed by an MBA in e-Business from the University of Malta.
Melita, Simon Montanaro
Simon Montanaro joined Melita at its inception in 1991 and was promoted to the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) in 2009. In his role, Simon leads the day to day management of Melita’s physical network, technical support and ICT platforms, as well as leading the strategic development and deployment of Melita’s fast evolving technology capabilities and service portfolio.
Simon holds a Diploma in Management from Henley Management College and is a Member of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE).
MITA, Darren Micallef
Darren Muscat is a Computer Science graduate with over 12 years of hands on experience in software development and its lifecycle and currently working as a Solutions Architect with MITA. Darren is passionate about the web and all it has to offer therefore he is always up to research and development to keep abreast with latest trending technologies which are shaping our day to day life and how they can effectively and productively be incorporated within new and existing solutions. He started off his career in the private sector delivering software solutions for local and international clients covering a wide array of software services such as bespoke backend/front end solutions, web design, mobile applications development, search engine optimization, hosting solutions and integrations with various products.
After years of involvement in both established and start-ups private companies he joined MITA and forms part of the Programme Management Department as a Solutions Architect. Given the opportunity to work on public facing web solutions and secured intranet solutions helped him in furthering his knowledge in both software development and solutions architecture to assist the end clients achieve the desired solutions in a professional and highly critical environment.
When away from work Darren is a keen enthusiast of anything related to aviation; plane spotting on a sunny day, experimenting with flight simulators or watching aviation related documentaries. He is also a snooker enthusiast and although it been a while since competing on snooker table he is still passionate about this sport.
MITA, Doris Micallef
Doris Micallef is a consultant within Programme Management Department at the Malta Information Technology Agency, the central driver of Government’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) policy, programmes and initiatives in Malta. Doris graduated in 1999 at the University of Malta in Bachelor of Science Hons (Information Technology) and started working with MITA as a software analyst. In 2011, Doris obtained the Master of Science (Strategic Information Technology Management) at the University of Derby.
Doris helps the client to maximise technology use to reduce administrative burden, increase efficiency and develop solutions that meet client expectations whilst ensuring that projects are delivered on time and at the right quality. Keeping the client at the centre of all activities, maintaining good relations, ensuring client satisfaction, accepting changing client expectations and ensuring that clients get a fair deal from the Agency are the tenets which Doris strongly believes on to deliver the agency’s services.
RPCS, David Dingli
Ing. David Dingli, an experienced post-graduate tutor and consultant. David is the founder and lead consultant of Resource Productivity Consulting Services. Formed in the year 2000. His consulting practice covers Strategic Development, Operations Management and Human Resource Management while the corporate training arm focuses on management development programs on a broad range of topics.
David is also an Assistant Professor with Maastricht University, MsM, School of Management, Maastricht, The Netherlands, and lectures at MBA level in: Operations Management, Global Supply Chain Management, Strategic Management, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Strategic Human Resources.
Prior to launching his private practice and joining Maastricht School of Management, David worked as the Secretary General of The Malta Institute of Management for three years. During this time he introduced new educational programs in Malta and delivered various in-house training programs. Prior to that, he worked as an Industrial Engineer for ten years with Medwear Clothing Ltd, a German owned clothing manufacturing concern in Malta. He was also responsible for the daily running of a second factory for 5 of those years.
He has conducted various in-house training programs for corporate clients in areas such as: Strategic Management, Operations Management, Time Management, Work Study, Quality Management, Project Management, Inventory Management, Teambuilding, Customer Care (service Quality) , Communication skills, Executive Leadership and various other Management Skills.
David is a member of the Board of Directors of AeA Ltd, operators of Advenio eAcademy as well as being a Senior Lecturer involved in the development and implementation of various on-line courses
The Photographer, Paul Mizzi
Paul Mizzi started his studies in professional photography at the New York Institute of Photography in London, where he graduated with honours in 1982. Several courses followed, for example in Allschill Switzerland at the Broncolor training center, in Schaffhausen Switzerland at the Sinar training center where he specialised in professional lighting techniques and large format view camera movements respectively.
Since March 1988, when Paul and his wife Mariella opened The Foto Grafer they grew to their present premises which houses two fully equipped independent studios, a professional digital retouching department, full printing facilities up to any size imaginable and a finishing room to cater for all types of photographic mounting, laminating and finishes plus a team of 12 employees.
Throughout the years, Paul and Mariella were recognised for their outstanding work by several photographic institutions each endorsing them with their credentials namely the Royal Photographic Society, the British Institute of Professional Photography the Masters Photographers Association, the Society for Weddings and Portrait Photographers and the most prestigious of all, the Professional Photographers of America. All these institutions bestowed Paul and Mariella with their credentials.
Today Paul specialises in commercial, advertising and fine art photography while Mariella is an expert child photographer. They photograph weddings together.
ZaaR, Matthew Caruana
Matthew Caruana is the current manager of Malta’s first and only crowdfunding platform (zaar.com.mt).
An initiative which was co-founded by the Malta Business Bureau and the University of Malta and that has proven to be a catalyst for a revolution in the way entrepreneurs fund their business on the Island. Matthew is a project manager and product manager with a successful track record in e-business and e-commerce projects and products. He has experience in business analysis and management at top companies in Malta and UK.
Calamatta Cuschieri, Alan Cuschieri
Alan Cuschieri is Co-CEO at Calamatta Cuschieri Group, passionate about Technology, Innovation and Service excellence.
Calamatta Cuschieri was established in 1972 as a family run stockbroking business. The company grew along the years and earned an excellent reputation for providing honest, sound investment advice.
During his 10 years as Director, Mr. Cuschieri has played a major part in changing the company from a family business that employs 25 people to a Group of Companies that employs over 160 today. Mr Cuschieri has driven the Group to diversify its revenue streams and on becoming a clear market leader in Malta. He has also focused on innovation, building a robust corporate structures and helping the Group to reach customer service excellence. Today Mr. Cuschieri is focused on internationalisation and on continuing the Group’s growth path in a sustainable manner.
Mr Cuschieri graduated from the University of Bournemouth (UK) and holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Financial Services. He also obtained an International Capital Markets Certification from the London Securities Institute (ICMQ).
Digital Guru, Nicolai Abela
Nicolai Abela Nicolai is an entrepreneur and digital marketing consultant who has always had a passion for helping others achieve more in their lives through the use of innovative technology. From a background in tourism his first concept was in 2004 with the set-up of the first e-commerce website selling tours and cruises online on the island of Malta.
This eye-opener provided a real understanding on how technology can make life easier for everyone and provide effective solutions to complex issues. By forming Digital Guru he has the perfect vehicle to pursue his passion for making the digital world easy to understand and more accessible to those around him.
Franks, Claire Abela
I have been working for Franks for over 12 years now, experiencing every department and majority of each department’s duties. Once I started taking over the company ,which was approximately 5 years ago ,I started observing the areas in which our services were missing , and our biggest weak point was online .Together with the marketing team we totally re structured all our digital platforms- starting from Facebook ,following onto our Instagram page and the biggest project we had was launching our online store.
I can now say that we still have quite a way to go with our online store, but all of our digital platforms are doing great .Our marketing team is highly dedicated to all platforms ,therefore it is easy for us to offer the service we offer at our stores- which is exactly what our main emphasis and focus is .
GRTU, Michael Galea
A proactive, adaptable and conscientious Entrepreneur with 27 years of experience in the local and international retail and property management sectors. Manages and runs own businesses .Investor in Capital projects mainly property related.
Overcomes challenges through a tenacious and questioning approach -‐ drawing on wide-‐ranging expertise. Also an articulate and diplomatic communicator plus an effective team player with strong coaching skills. Consistently works to the highest professional standards and thrives when working as part of a cohesive team to deliver projects that yield multiple business benefits. Masters good logical and analytical ability. Flexible, calm and can work under pressure. Possesses excellent negotiating skills with proven records for success. Motivated achiever in sourcing clients and building long lasting relationships.
Managing Director GGS Ltd: Self grown Company with more than 15 employees involved in the dealership of cars – used ( various brands) and new ( Toyota), spare parts and servicing of major brands. Manage the marine fuel depot at Mgarr Harbour. Representatives for Ehrle German Engineered self-service carwash systems for Malta, North- Africa and Middle East. Insurance intermediaries for Gasan Mamo Insurance. Operating a successful car leasing operation in both Gozo and Malta.
iMovo, Jason Cruz
Jason is a BI Consultant and is currently leading the commercial side of the BI practice within iMovo. In 2010 he started his career as a Risk and Fraud Analyst within the iGaming industry until moving to Malta in 2013. In Malta, he worked with a local Acquiring institution, assisting with the set-up of its Fraud Monitoring Team and later moved to an Issuing institute as its Risk and Fraud Operations Manager.
Driven by his passion for technology and a constant need for learning and development, in 2015, Jason made the move from Operations to Commercial, heading the Commercial aspect of the United States territory for Acunetix, a local software company that develops a web application security tool. Within this role, he was responsible for direct sales in a B2C environment as well as being responsible for Channel Management and B2B engagements.
The move to iMovo was fueled by the technology that iMovo represents within the Visual Analytics and Business Intelligence world. When not working on the commercials, Jason spends his time Consulting on Data Strategy and Technology use with organisations of all sizes.
It is quite misleading to say that Kevin Casha is simply a highly respected and successful professional photographer. For sure, he has behind him a career spanning over 38 years in photography but Casha is involved in many other important facets of art and culture. He is one of the most awarded local photographers, both locally and internationally, and is a veritable reference point for Maltese photography.
His involvement in cultural spheres encompasses curatorial services, writing, co-ordinating the National Picture Archive, publishing and expertly teaching photography. He was behind the establishment (together with Stephen Vella) of the Higher National Diploma course in Photography at the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology. This was the first serious local academic course in photography which has now gone up to degree level. Casha is a much sought after and respected international judge and lecturer with assignments having seen him at work in the United Kingdom, China, Kuwait, Ireland, Lithuania and other countries. He has been past President of the Malta Photographic Society (MPS) and current Chairman and founder of the Malta Institute of Professional Photography (MIPP). To date, he is the only person to have been awarded the Honorary Life Membership of both top local photographic organizations for his contribution towards photography.
Amongst his major awards are the MIPP Photographer of the Year, the Malta Fashion Award for photographers and the MPS Photographer of the Year on no less than four occasions. He is a Fellow of both the MIPP and the Society for Wedding and Portrait Photographers (SWPP); as well as an Associate of the Master Photographers Association of Great Britain. Other important milestones in his career have arrived from the Societies of Great Britain, who presented him with their highest accolade: the Master Photographer for his contribution to photography. In 2014, he gained a Masters in Contemporary Digital Art at the University of Malta. Casha was also founder member of the Birkirkara Visual Arts Group (BVAG) and elected the group’s President from its inception in 2010 until 2014. He was also past Chairman of the Malta Trade Testing Board for photographers.
Locally, he has lectured on academic courses at the Institute of Art and Design, the University of Malta, Heritage Malta and numerous other schools and private entities and is Course Director for the MIPP. His Photography has been widely published, with no fewer than sixteen books fully illustrated with his images. Casha has staged numerous one-man exhibitions in Malta as well as in Italy, London, Corsica, United States and Sicily. He regularly acts as curator on various collective photography exhibitions, projects and publications. Casha’s standing in the international scene was further attested when, in 2015, he was chosen not only as a main judge for The HRH The Prince of Wales’s Commonwealth Environmental Photography Award, but also as curator for the exhibitions held in Malta and appointed picture editor for the ‘Out of the Blue’ book, published specifically for the occasion and launched during the CHOGM events in Malta.
Casha has already collaborated with APS Bank on the 2015 exhibition called ‘The Calm before the Storm,’ and ‘Vanishing Malta.’ In both projects, he was curator and also editor of the publications complementing both these exhibitions. Furthermore, in this same year, he was honoured by being appointed ‘Ambassador of Photography’ in Inner Mongolia, China. His links with the China Photographers Association (CPA) have already borne fruit through various exchanges and international exhibitions. The CPA is the largest photographic organisation in China.
Wherever he goes, his wish is not only to foster international photographic relations but also to raise awareness about Maltese photography. His latest contribution to local photography is his monumental publication ‘Photography in Malta – The History and the Protagonists.’ This academic volume painstakingly and meticulously traces the initial beginnings of photography in Malta from 1840 till the dawn of the digital revolution. It is a treasure of information and data not only for keen researchers of the subject but for all those who are interested in Malta’s history. The contents of this publication has safeguarded and recorded the fascinating story of Maltese photography for future generations. A fitting tribute to this work came when the Malta National Book Council awarded this publication Best book production of 2017.
MCA, Paul Edgar Micallef
Dr. Micallef graduated as a doctor of laws (LL.D.) from the University of Malta in 1984. In 1991 he read for a degree of Master of Jurisprudence at the University of Birmingham, where he submitted a thesis on consumer redress.
His work experience includes a five year period from 1992 to 1997 as legal adviser and then Acting Director with the former Department of Consumer Affairs. Subsequently he joined the Planning Authority and occupied the post of legal adviser during the period 1997 to 2001. Since 2001 Dr. Micallef has been working with the Malta Communications Authority and currently is Chief Legal Adviser to this Authority. For several years Dr. Micallef was a member of the Consumer Affairs Council and a member of the Consumer Association. In 2014 he was appointed as a visiting senior lecturer to the University of Malta.
He has been involved in drafting of various consumer laws, including the Consumer Affairs Act, various regulations enacted under that law, and various laws relating to travel sector, and most of the legislation enacted since 2002 relating to the electronic communications and postal sectors. He has written extensively in both local and foreign law journals on diverse subject relating mainly to consumer law, competition law and utilities law.
MEA, Joseph Farrugia
Mr Joseph Farrugia has occupied the post of Director General of the Malta Employers’ Association since 2001. He is also a visiting lecturer at the Department of Marketing at the University of Malta.
Mr Farrugia has extensive experience in marketing consultancy and human resources management. Between 2010 and 2013 he served as President of the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology, which is the major vocational education institution in Malta.
Mr. Farrugia sits on the board of directors of the Employment and Training Corporation, the Employment Relations Board and represents the MEA on the Malta Council for Economic and Social Development. He also represents employers on panels of the Industrial Tribunal.
He has represented Maltese employers on a number of international fora, amongst them the Board of Directors of the European Foundation for the Improvement in Living and Working Conditions, the European Social Fund, CEEP and the International Organisation of Employers.
Mr Farrugia is known in cultural circles as an artist. He has organised numerous exhibitions of his paintings in various venues in Malta and abroad.
Mr. Mike Said is the Founder of MikeSaid, a creative digital agency based in Malta. On completion of his Masters in the UK, Mr. Said worked in the UK for a number of years gaining valuable experience in both digital marketing for both start-up and mature business operations.
The company has made a name for itself through the innovative and original approaches in assisting their clients communicate more effectively with their audiences through different media.
MITA, Darren Vella
Darren Vella is a young software developer currently employed at MITA. Having successfully complete an IT course at MCAST were he achieved a degree in software development, he now holds a software developer position at MITA programme management department, working for the customs programme.
For Darren, software development is not only his job but also one of his biggest passion. He constantly tries to improve and expand his existent software development skill set while also researching about new emerging technologies and how can those can be applied in his work. His strongest skills and experience are more focused on building and architecting web applications using the Java programming language and modern front-end frameworks and is also an enthusiast in advanced networking, mobile application development and cloud architecture.
Away from work, Darren likes to keep himself fit and active, watch football and practice one of his other big passions which is creating music.
MITA, Thomas Desira
Thomas graduated in Bachelor of Science (Business & Computing) at the University of Malta in 2000. In May 2002, Thomas joined MITA (formerly MITTS) as a software developer, where he was mainly responsible in the maintenance and development of IT systems to Transport Malta (Land Transport), including citizens and authorised eAgents.
Thomas delivered a number of high profile initiatives in the Transport domain, some of which include the VERA (Vehicle Registration and Administration) system, online licence renewals, online vehicle registration, drivers’ licence and others. In 2010, Thomas graduated in Master of Science (Information Technology and Management) at the Sheffield Hallam University. During the same year, Thomas was promoted to the position of a project leader. In addition to the Transport area, he was involved in other programmes, namely Fisheries, Health, Education and Foreign Affairs.
Currently, Thomas is the project manager within Programme Management Department responsible for the delivery of IT solutions and consultancy services across Government, namely Transport Malta, Agriculture, Identity Malta (Public Registry) and Business 1st. Besides MITA resources, Thomas manages a number of IT suppliers from within the industry, both local and foreign.
SSM Group, Alex Borg
Mr. Alexander Borg is the Founder and Director of ‘Support and Supply Management (SSM) Group Ltd.’ Mr. Borg graduated in Purchasing and Supply Management from the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (C.I.P.S.) in Stamford and in Stores and Inventory Management from the College of Professional Management in Jersey U.K.. He also holds an internationally recognized qualification in Logistics Management awarded by CILT U.K. and International.
Mr. Borg has been involved in training activities since 1994, where he was entrusted by the Employment and Training Corporation (E.T.C.), the National Government Body in Malta for Employment and Training to deliver innovative professional development programmes in various areas related to Supply-Chain Management.
In 1997, after becoming a Member of the Malta Institute of Management (M.I.M.), Mr. Borg was entrusted once again by the said Institute to deliver different management programmes. Today Mr. Borg form part of various training organisations in Malta such as; ETC; MCAST; MIM; Malta Enterprise; Chamber of Engineers; Freeport Training Institute; Foundation for Educational Services; GS1 Malta and others. Today, Alexander is involved in various workshops, seminars, presentations in Supply-Chain, Logistics and Transport Management in Europe, North Africa, Gulf Region and South East Asia. He is entrusted by various public and private organisations with different consultancy projects and assignments.
Mr. Borg has spent six years (2008 – 2013) as Regional Director for CILT International for UAE & GCC Region based in Dubai where through his leadership CILT has achieved a lot of success in a short period of time in terms of growth and awards.
Today Mr. Borg is a consultant and trainer for a number of different organisations in different countries.
Untangled Media, Wesley Ellul
Wesley’s latest project is in the Skill Games market, where he is currently overseeing the the ICO and scaling of Quizando.com which will be relaunched in late 2018 as it pivots into a LIVE Video Based game show platform allowing users around the world to host their own LIVE Online quiz games solving the influencer revenue generation problem once and for all.