In this latest series, first carried on MaltaCEOs 2024 – the annual publication featuring 50 of Malta’s most influential CEOs in wide ranging interviews and much more – we discover what C-suite heavyweights have to say about making and maintaining connections that count.

Nicholai Grech is the Chief Commercial Officer at Mirachem and Co-Founder of Wine (Malta) Ltd, as well as its outlets Fernandõ Gastrotheque and Onella.

“I remember when attending business events out of the office felt like a waste of time and an individual was only worth the hours they put in at their desk. Today, untold amounts of time and money are invested in networking, and a person’s value is measured in their network and reputation. In a fast-paced world, not putting yourself ‘out there’ means you will have a hard time catching up.

“Today a person’s value is measured in their network and reputation.”

Nicholai Grech, Mirachem Chief Commercial Officer and Co-Founder of Wine (Malta) Ltd

“A mentor once told me, ‘I closed more deals on the golf course than in the boardroom’. You shouldn’t wait for big opportunities to network. Smaller events can lead to major prospects, and Malta’s open, relaxed community makes this easy. It takes more work to build international relationships, but the opportunities are there, and we should all take advantage of the digital tools available to foster strong networks. Right now, it’s the best qualification we can have.”

This feature was first carried on the 2024 edition of the annual print publication MaltaCEOs, the sister brand to MaltaCEOs.mt, both produced by Content House Group.

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