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EU-Startups Summit will be held in Malta!

The annual flagship event of EU-Startups originally started in 2014 in Munich, then happened in Berlin for the next three years and since 2018 the event has been held in Barcelona – except for the pandemic times.

EU-Startups founder and Menlo Media CEO Thomas Ohr stated: „While being held first in Germany and later in Spain, the EU-Startups Summit was never a German or a Spanish startup event, but already from the very beginning it was a European event, bringing together startup ecosystem players from across Europe. In order to keep the European identity and international mix of our audience alive we’re convinced that it’s the right decision to move on and to host the EU-Startups Summit this year in Malta. It’s a magnificent island with an English and Maltese speaking population, a business and startup friendly environment and we’re super excited for this next chapter of the EU-Startups Summit.

Malta Enterprise is the country’s economic development agency, tasked with attracting new foreign direct investment as well as facilitating the growth of existing operations.

Malta Enterprise CEO Kurt Farrugia commented: „Malta Enterprise as the Economic Development Agency of the Maltese Government, has established itself as the single point of contact for startups. We administer a strong proposition for innovative startups that targets both the co-founders and their key employees. Our non-dilutive assistance can initially reach up to €1 million. This is complemented with a one to one personalised service that assists you from submitting your application, to setting-up and scaling out of Malta.”

The collaboration between Malta Enterprise and EU-Startups will ensure a smooth transition of the event from Barcelona to Malta, and with combined forces the EU-Startups Summit will be taken to the next level, further improving the events’ audience experience, speaker line-up and networking opportunities.

Malta, a beautiful island country located in the Mediterranean, is the smallest country in the European Union, but with a nicely growing tech and startup ecosystem.

Over recent years, Malta has increased its commitment to fostering startup culture and has been attracting new businesses to its shores. The country is actively working on expanding its economy and is setting its sights on the future of tech development in areas such as AI, Big Data, Gaming, IoT, SaaS, and Blockchain. Gaming and blockchain take the top spots for market areas in which Malta already plays an important role on a global scale.

EU-Startups founder Thomas Ohr added: “The EU-Startups team is very excited to be hosting the EU-Startups Summit in Malta from 2024 onwards. As a mission-driven media and events company, we’re looking forward to not only increasing our positive impact on the European startup ecosystem, but also our impact on the local startup ecosystem in Malta through increased media coverage and our annual flagship event.”

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