Import and export specialists at International Trade Matters are working to create business relationships in Malta
The award-winning team of independent experts will be working with Maltese businesses, to enabling access to the British marketplace as both customers and suppliers of products and services.
Linda Middleton-Jones, Managing Director at International Trade Matters, said: “Following the UK’s exit from the European Union and with global commerce still slowly recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic, we are looking to build on the mutual heritage and trade between our two countries.”
“The Southwest of England and Malta have a special relationship that goes back over generations, and we are keen to develop that friendship and open up new business opportunities with our colleagues at The Malta Chamber of Commerce. At International Trade Matters, we offer advice and support on a range of strategic and tactical issues relating to entering and succeeding in overseas markets.”
“We have organised and participated on trade missions, most recently to Russia just before the Covid-19 pandemic. Our specialist team organises trade shows and specific sector events, and works with clients across sector-related industries including agri-tech, food and drink, tourism, education, marine, creative services, media, and marketing.”
“We can support with AEO and AE authorisations and, provide digital or face-to-face training on international trade documentary requirements. The relationship between the Southwest region/UK and Malta is unique, and companies we speak to in the UK are interested in business and collaboration opportunities, and especially in forging new and existing trading partnerships.”
“In this volatile and uncertain world, we are keen to act as an intermediary in Malta/UK by offering training, introductions, working with government & local agencies, and offering trade clarity, advice, and support”
If you’re interested in doing business in Malta or engaging in a trade mission anywhere, get in touch with the team today!