JCI Malta will be holding its next conference with the theme Dare to Lead: The Road to Sustainable Leadership on 1st April 2023, from 9am to 4.30pm at The Notch (Urban Valley), San Gwann.

The conference promises to be an exciting opportunity for networking, learning, and having fun together.

It will feature keynote speeches and training sessions led by both local and international trainers and speakers. Participants can expect to gain valuable insights into leadership, sustainability, and inclusivity.

“We are excited to welcome our members and non-members to this year’s conference,” said JCI Malta Interim President, Florence Vermeiren.

“We have lined up an impressive list of speakers and trainers who will share their knowledge and expertise in the areas of leadership, sustainability, and inclusivity. We believe that this convention will inspire our participants to become better leaders and take action towards creating a more sustainable future.”

The JCI Malta Conference offers various ticket options to accommodate everyone’s needs. The early bird ticket costs €20 and is limited to only 20 tickets, so those interested are encouraged to act fast to secure their spot. Members can purchase tickets at €30, and non-members can purchase tickets at €35.

The ticket price includes access to keynote speeches and workshops, two coffee breaks, lunch, and water throughout the day. Business networking opportunities are also available.

Delegates will also have the option to be present for the public speaking competition that will take place after the conference. People interested in participating in this competition are asked to register online via the JCI Malta website.

JCI Malta is grateful for the conference sponsorship support of the Malta Tourism Authority and Joseph K. Muscat Consulting.

For more information on Dare to Lead: The Road to Sustainable Leadership and to purchase tickets, please visit the JCI Malta website.

JCI Malta is supported by its corporate partners: Content for Success, JA Malta, JPA, UP Your Level Performance Coaching, Veonio, Zaar, and Zampa Debattista.

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