“Over the past 40 years, misco has sought to contribute to a better understanding of Malta’s business environment,” says Founding Partner Lawrence Zammit following the launch of the official SME Barometer, produced by the company in collaboration with the Malta Chamber of SMEs.
The SME Barometer® will present quarterly surveys which give insights through scientific data on economic trends, business sentiment and state of enterprises in Malta.
Malta Chamber of SMEs CEO, Abigail Agius Mamo said that “the SME Chamber conducts regular research with its members and we are proud to enhance an already successful practice through our collaboration with misco. misco is surely a household name in research, which is synonymous with excellence and of admirable repute. The SME Chamber is therefore proud to partner with misco to bring to the fore economic and social indicators for the benefit and service of the business community and the country as a whole.”
Data gathered will be made available to the general public and will provide visibility on the most important issues our country and enterprises are facing periodically. The SME Barometer® will also be key in identifying future threats and propose ways on how these can be mitigated.
“misco is proud to collaborate with the Malta Chamber of SMEs through its expertise and insight on this project, which it hopes will become a point of reference for the business sector and for policy makers,” Mr Zammit added.
The first joint survey conducted will be the annual business performance survey published shortly, later on in January.
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