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.

With years of experience in the hospitality industry at regional and international levels across Europe and Australia, Robyn Pratt is the General Manager at The Phoenicia Malta.

“Networking is about encountering new people and perspectives across different industries and even demographics, as on a small island like Malta, meeting the same people over and over can be limiting.

“Over the years, networking events seem to have evolved from social get-togethers to higher-value professional platforms, and many of us are becoming more selective when choosing which to attend.

“If you only consider what you can get out of networking, you may find it difficult to strike up meaningful connections.”

Robyn Pratt, General Manager at The Phoenicia Malta

“Expanding your contact base and building relationships takes effort and isn’t just about swapping business cards and sourcing new clients. It involves establishing a common interest and should be a learning opportunity. As a two-way dynamic, if you only consider what you can get out of networking, you may find it difficult to strike up meaningful connections. It pays to prepare and be someone that others want to connect with.”

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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