27th December 2019
We always love to hear how our member firms are finding positive and creative ways to maximise their exposure and make the most of belonging to the MGI Worldwide brand.
We are delighted to share the recent update that we received from George Farrugia, Partner & Director at our member firm, MGI Malta.
Stimulating debate on the importance of non-formal education
George Farrugia reported that MGI Malta was the main private sponsor, along with the Ministry of Education, during a full day seminar on October 25th that was organised by Malta’s local branch of the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award, on which George sits on the board of trustees.
This seminar concerned non-formal education and was developed to benefit members of local NGO’s.
It was addressed by Malta’s Minister of Finance, Prof. Dr. Edward Scicluna, who was joined by other high-profile speakers, including Mr. John May, the Secretary General of the Duke of Edinburgh International Award at the London H.Q.
Generating exposure during, and after the event
As main sponsors, MGI Malta was able to choose the location of the advertising material, which was on prime view directly behind the speakers’ podium!
The seminar content and the presence of such high-profile speakers generated strong exposure in the local media.
It was covered in the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award’s own newsletter, which is distributed to all current and past awardees, and international offices of the award.
We’d like to congratulate MGI Malta on a successful and prominent seminar! We love to hear and share our members news and encourage you to let us know about any exciting development
Find out more about MGI Malta on their member profile page and on their website.
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