We are pleased to invite you to become a member of the Australian Maltese Chamber of Commerce (AMCC) which was formed in 1994 under the auspices of the Maltese and Australian Governments.
The AMCC provides a comprehensive service to members currently doing or wishing to do business with Malta. In doing so, the AMCC works closely with the office of the Maltese High Commissioner in Canberra and his consular network throughout Australia.
With Malta being a member of the EU, the AMCC is also in a position to assist its members wishing to use Malta as a stepping stone into Europe or alternatively to use Malta’s unique position as an ally of Libya and other North African countries to help gain access to their fast growing markets.
The AMCC service includes circulation of trade enquiries and business opportunities amongst its members. The Chamber also organises periodic business functions which provide a networking opportunity for members and their partners.
The AMCC hosted two trade missions to Australia – one organised by our sister Chamber, the Maltese Australian Chamber of Commerce (MACC) and another initiated by METCO (Malta External Trade Organisation). The AMCC has also led successful trade missions to Malta. These trade missions will continue to be a feature of AMCC activities in the future.
For those members who are not in a position to take advantage of export or import opportunities, the AMCC actively promotes business between members locally. To this end the AMCC encourages members to host members’ meetings at their business premises which provide the host members with the opportunity to present their company and its products or services.
The AMCC also organises various activities for members, their partners and guests including network and social events as well as an annual Christmas function. From time to time, we host VIP visitors from Malta and special functions are organised to provide an exclusive members forum. Visitors have include the Prime Minister, the Leader of the Opposition of Malta and more recently the President of Malta. Members enjoyed informal meetings as well as lunch or dinner with the visiting dignitaries.
Sydney JP Borg