Colours of Malta has the pleasure to introduce a ‘new’ team member, Steve.
Steve is no new face to the DMC world, having worked for over 12 years in the industry and having connections all over the world.
Steve is fluent in English and Italian, and an avid hockey player and sports fan.
After a short break in the industry, Steve is back with loads of experience and refreshing new ideas… and is definitely a great asset to our ever growing COM team!
You can get in touch with Steve on firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin our Team! We’re Hiring!
Please send your cv to email@example.comColours of Malta in collaboration with Visit Malta host French familiarisation trip
Last week in collaboration with our partners at Visit Malta, we invited a handful of top French agencies to experience a few days discovering the Maltese Islands from cover to cover. A mix of history, culture, adrenaline activities, top dining, and the most idyllic October weather, set the perfect backdrop for this French educational.
We thank all our preferred suppliers for supporting us with their hospitality and creativity in order to give our guests a memory of our islands that will never fade!Meet Luca, our new team member
Colours of Malta has the pleasure to introduce our new team member, Luca.
Luca has pursued his studies in Economics at the University of Glasgow over the last few years and has now joined the family business following in his father’s footsteps. Luca is proficient in English, Italian and French and has quickly become a very keen event planner with a few events already under his cuff in just a few months at COM.
Luca likes rock climbing, Italian red wines, skiing, comfortable chairs and wood fires. However he dislikes the radio, plastic bottled water and laminate floors.
You can get in touch with Luca on firstname.lastname@example.org Hosts Global Forum Destination Has Been Announced
Hosts Global, together with Hosts Global Affiliate Colours of Malta, announced they will be heading to Malta in 2023 for the next Hosts Global Forum. Steeped in over 7,000 years of history, and having played host to the Romans, Phoenicians and the Knights of St John, Malta will also play host to the 9th annual Hosts Global Forum in this idyllic archipelago.Meet Julie, our new team member
Colours of Malta has the pleasure to introduce its newest team member, Julie.
Julie is French but has built a family in Malta over the last 7 years, she also comes with vast experience in all major tourism markets both locally and overseas.
She is vibrant, sociable, dedicated and organised, the perfect skill-set to create your next best event.
Julie will be servicing the French market and looks forward to working on many successful events.
You can get in touch with Julie on email@example.comMalta Marriott recognised for ‘excellence in service delivery’ by Marriott International
Malta Marriott Hotel & Spa has been recognised by parent company Marriott International for its customer service delivery through a distinction for its Intent to Recommend score for July 2022.
Marriott International was full of praise towards the Malta-based hotel for the achievement, a sign of a “truly outstanding performance”. It also thanked Malta Marriott for the service it provides to customers, with a priority on making them feel “safe, secure, and welcomed”.
“Lasting memories are created through great customer service, and we have a team that cares about that as much as you do,” Malta Marriott said.
“We are proud of our associates for their dedication to delivering hospitality and creating experiences that will last a lifetime,” the hotel added.
The hotel launched in January 2020 after an investment of €30 million for extensive refurbishment, and he has since become known for the “joyful experience” it offers its guests every time they visit.
Similar to other hotels, Malta Marriott was forced to halt its operations during the COVID-19 pandemic due to lockdown restrictions just a few months after its launch, before it reopened at the start of September of that same year.
Article credits: https://whoswho.mt/en/malta-marriott-hotel-spa-recognised-for-excellence-in-service-delivery-by-marriott-internationalNetwork Event Milano – One Way
We are finally returning to the San Siro Stadium for our institutional event: happy to unite supply and demand in a unique and majestic location, and happy to welcome you all for a great comeback!
Save the Date
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
from 4 p.m. onwards
SAN SIRO STADIUM – Piazzale Angelo Moratti
You will be able to meet, the best locations and hotel facilities in the M&ME Network, ideal containers for your MICE events, you will be able to request quotes and facilitate weeks of work in the office!
It will be an evening full of surprises and memorable moments, don’t miss it!
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All restrictions lifted on weddings and events as of 2nd May
The Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne has announced that all restrictions on weddings and events will be lifted from 2nd May. That means that person limits, vaccine requirements and mask-wearing will no longer be mandatory at weddings and events. Malta will also remove obligations for a passenger locator form for anyone arriving into the country from 2nd May.
Fearne made the announcement along with several changes to mask-wearing rules, quarantine, and the opening of English Language Schools. He said he expected all measures to be lifted soon, but did not give a date.
The PLF has been controversial, given the backlog and queues it creates at the Malta International Airport. PLFs will be needed for the red and dark red zones only.
The only people who will need to remain in isolation and quarantine are positive cases. The quarantine period will be seven days. This will apply to both vaccinated and unvaccinated. Primary contacts will no longer need to quarantine. People who live in the same household as a positive case will not be obliged to quarantine, but it is recommended if they are showing symptoms.
When it comes to masks, they will no longer be obligatory except in hospitals, clinics, elderly homes and flights. However, it is recommended that masks be used on public transport and in closed spaces.
Read full article here: https://lovinmalta.com/news/watch-weddings-and-events-completely-back-to-normal-from-2nd-may-chris-fearne-announces/Relaxing of COVID-19 rules in Malta
From Monday 11th April, the Covid-19 requirements upon entering Malta, are as follows:
A negative PCR test or rapid test valid to enter into Malta – According to the notice both the Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) and the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test will be accepted, although the latter can be done earlier. For RATs, the test has to be performed “not more than 24 hours prior to arrival in Malta”. Those opting for the PCR test, which in some countries is pricier and the result takes longer to come out, can do the test up to 72 hours before arriving in Malta. Guidelines published by the public health authorities explaining the legal notice state that the RAT tests must be ones that are included on a special list by the European Council. The result must also be in English, the authorities note. If unavailable in English, an English translation certified by the laboratory or a medical doctor is to be presented. RAT tests are not accepted unless on the EU digital COVID certificate format. Results from self-testing are not accepted. The passenger locator form, used for contact tracing purposes, will still be needed.
A recovery certificate permits entry to Malta – According to the legal notice, a certificate of recovery is accepted for 180 days after a person first tested positive for COVID-19.
Quarantine free – Individuals travelling from Red Countries who have recovered from COVID-19 within the past 180 days, or those who can present a negative PCR test (no older than 72 hours), will be allowed to enter the country quarantine-free.