We bring together stakeholders with an interest in Mediterranean tourism to work on collective action relevant to the people and creating the right conditions for peace and stability.
We bring together a network of universities and institutes working together on education initiatives related to Mediterranean Training and inter-culture.
The Mediterranean Tourism Forum held last week in Malta, with 30 different countries paving the way forward for the next generation of tourists. Together with stakeholders, Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo,… [...]
European Union Director General for the Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and Tourism Valentina Superti, in an interview with The Malta Business Weekly, briefly explains the way the EU and Malta… [...]
The Mediterranean Tourism Forum today launched the BRAIN – the Business Research and Innovation Network; an innovation hub which will be the legacy of this year’s Forum. The aim of… [...]
Over 1000 delegates from 31 different countries are expected to attend the 7th Edition of the Mediterranean Tourism Forum which will happen on the 14th June at the Intercontinental Hotel,… [...]
Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) President Tony Zahra on behalf of the Council and members, salutes the memory of trade unionist Tony Zarb. Accordingly, MHRA remembers Tony Zarb as… [...]