Malta Tourism Authority Quality Assured Seal – a total of 112 Restaurants

The third edition of the MTA Quality Assured restaurant awards were held on the 30th May at the Intercontinental Hotel Malta with a total of 200 guests attending. This year 23 restaurants were awarded the QA seal for the first time, and together with the restaurants that successfully renewed their participation, the amount of QA […]

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42 entities awarded the MTA Quality Assured seal

The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) recently presented the Quality Assured certification to 21 Destination Management Companies (DMCs) and 21 Visitor Attractions, 3 of which are new to the scheme. During the brief ceremony which took place at Esplora, the participants were presented with some findings about the attractions.  These were collected through the MTA travellers’ […]

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Certificate Ceremony for Erasmus+ Traineeship Attendees

The Malta Tourism Authority CEO Mr Paul Bugeja, recently presented certificates to the first group of restaurant managers, owners or key staff, who attended an international traineeship in Rome. The traineeship is funded by Erasmus+ and offered the successful applicants the opportunity to learn how to increase their sales through better and more effective use […]

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MTA launch the new Quality Assured guidebook

The Malta Tourism Authority has recently launched the new 2016-2017 QA (Quality Assured) guidebook at the Kwalita Malta fair which took place in November at MFCC.  The guide consists of 112 pages of useful information including approximately 150 quality restaurants, visitor attractions and destination management companies. Free copies of the QA guidebook can be collected […]

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Applications are open – QA seal for Restaurants

Following the award of the Quality Assured seal to 106 restaurants since 2015, we are pleased to inform you that applications are now open to get your establishment recognised as a quality assured restaurant. The benefits of the QA seal are extensive and include a promotional campaign on local media targeting both Maltese and tourists.  […]

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MTA Launches an International Traineeship Funded by Erasmus+ Targeting 48 Managers from Restaurants

The Malta Tourism Authority recently launched a professional traineeship consisting of a work-based learning activity on how to increase sales, for owners and key staff of restaurants in Malta and Gozo. This is the first time that such a traineeship is taking place. Through this work-based learning activity all successful participants will learn how to […]

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An interview on Guide Me magazine

In the August/September 2016 edition of Guide Me magazine five pages were dedicated to the Quality Assured seal.  This included an interview with the Malta Tourism Authority CEO Mr. Paul Bugeja and Quality and Industry HR Manager Mr. John Magri about the restaurant scheme.  In addition all QA restaurants and visitor attractions were listed with […]

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Over 100 Restaurants Awarded the Malta Tourism Authority Quality Assured Seal

The second edition of the MTA Quality Assured restaurant awards was held on Tuesday 24th May. This year, 36 restaurants were awarded the seal for the first time, whilst 70 were confirmed from the first intake, bringing the total number of Quality Assured restaurants up to 106. During the event, the MTA Chairman, Dr. Gavin […]

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MTA launch the Quality Assured guide

The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) has just launched the Quality Assured guide which lists all the quality assured restaurants, visitor attractions and destination management companies for 2015-2016. During the launch at The Palace, Sliema, the MTA CEO Mr. Paul Bugeja spoke about the importance of quality to the tourism industry and that more and more […]

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Tourism sector to benefit from free digital training

Rapid technological advancements are driving people to shift away from traditional sources of information and more towards different channels, such as websites and social media to search and book for travel and leisure activities. Such channels are easily accessible in today’s digital age where the use of smartphones is on the increase, as is that […]

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