Does quantity come at the expense of quality? Do we need to reinvent our tourism product? And what is the path of development of tourism in Malta?
The Times of Malta hosted a business breakfast at the Radisson Blu Resort Malta on Wednesday 22 June to discuss Malta’s tourism product, strategy and next steps.
The event was attended by Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo, Alfred Pisani, Chairman of the Corinthia Group, and Carlo Micallef, newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Malta Tourism Authority.
The three panel discussions were moderated by Times of Malta journalist Claire Farrugia. The panels discussed various related issues, including the post-pandemic approach to tourism, quality and quantity, and niche markets.
The Times of Malta Business Breakfast was organized with the support of Radisson Blu Resort Malta, the Ministry of Tourism, the Malta Tourism Authority and Malta International Airport.
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