Teambuilding Activity for 3a Malta

On a sunny Friday in late May, the 3a Malta team became rolling geeks for a morning, and went on a fun treasure hunt on wheels, exploring the splendour of the historic Three Cities. Two hours of riddles, codes to crack and history to explore, among lots of laughter on the go. The exciting activity was closed off with a delicious lunch at a restaurant on the breathtaking Birgu Waterfront where the treasure hunt winners were announced. Way to go Team!

SME Intensification Grant

This scheme has been launched as part of the Malta Recovery & Resilience Plan following the COVID pandemic and is intended for those businesses planning to invest in digital technologies and other related processes within their company in particular hardware, software (off-the-shelf or custom-made), digital solutions, and installations including training costs aiming to improve efficiency, productivity and customer experience.

There are various economic sectors that are eligible but proposals coming from within the Manufacturing and Tourism (including culture) industries shall be given priority.

The maximum grant value is set at €200,000 with the aid intensity ranging from 10% to 30% depending on the applicant’s size and the location of the investment. The total budget for this scheme is that of €10,000,000.

This scheme will remain available until the 31st of December 2023 subject to the availability of funds and all work must be finalised by 30th June 2026.

For more information and if in need of assistance send us an email on [email protected]

SME Digitalisation Grant

This scheme was launched as part of the Recovery and Resilience Plan for Malta.

Eligible applicants will be offered grants of up to €50,000 in investments for any approved digital interventions. The part-financing rate under this scheme is that of 50% for Malta and 60% for Gozo.

This enables businesses to become more competitive and innovative to be more resilient to market challenges. The scope of this grant is to support the eligible firms to execute costs related to e-commerce website development and the development of in-house digital solutions such as:

  • Cloud Computing
  • Training Costs
  • Hardware (such as Laptops, Docking Station, Port Replicator, Monitors, Tablets)
  • Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) and Custom Software
  • Routers, switches and WIFI-related equipment
  • Subscription-based software
  • Cyber Security systems
  • Analytical Tools (including necessary hardware and software)

The total budget for this scheme is of €5,000,000.

The deadline of this scheme is on the 31st of December 2023.

For more information or in need of any assistance, contact us on [email protected]