Doing Business


Malta has seen huge public and private-sector investment in ICT over the past 15 years, and today has a state-of-the-art infrastructure. GO, Melita and Vodafone are the three main telecoms service providers, while Malta hosts more than 200 IT companies, including international giants such as Microsoft, Oracle and Cisco. The island is internationally connected via four submarine fibre-optic links to mainland Europe, two of which are operated by GO and two by Vodafone and Melita respectively. This system is backed up by two satellite stations. Data centres are operated by the telecoms operators with their own fibre-optic cables, and also by other, smaller telecoms companies. Fixed broadband is available via cable and ADSL, each with national coverage. The main postal provider is MaltaPost. Delivery is efficient and reliable, with a three-day service to most mainland European cities. Local mail is delivered the following working day. All the main international courier services are represented on the island.


  • January 16 2018

    Eworld partnership with Microsoft and f5

    Discussion will focus on Cloud, Application delivery and Protection (Eworld), Azure Cloud Services and the Hybrid Cloud ...

  • January 23 2018

    World Economic Forum 2018

    The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting aims to rededicate leaders from all walks of life to developing a shared narrati...

  • January 24 2018

    Go Global Training Course

    TradeMalta is organising a 10-week training course (3 hours a week) for early-stage exporters, in collaboration with Mal...

  • February 06 2018

    ICE Totally Gaming 2018

    ICE Totally Gaming is a B2B gaming event that brings together the international online and offline gaming sectors.


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