A new business section dedicated to the sector of Care Homes for the Elderly has been set up within the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry.
The Malta Chamber announced this in a statement published on Thursday in which it explained that the new business section was set up following an election for the executive committee which took place during last month.
The Chamber said it believes that with the setting up of this business section, the Chamber is again being proactive in representing an underserved sector, especially during these unprecedented times posed by COVID-19.
Natalie Briffa Farrugia, Chairperson of the new Executive Committee said that she is happy to serve the business community of this sector, as private and church-run care homes in Malta, within the Malta Chamber.
Briffa Farrugia also said that as they come together, they are today in a position to enhance the sector and take it to the next level, with this new platform at the Chamber.
“I am confident that we can bring added-value to the sector, both as operators and most importantly to our residents,” said Briffa Farrugia.
The six-member Executive Committee is made up of Nathalie Briffa Farrugia as Chairperson, Sarah Cassar as Deputy Chairperson, Charmaine Attard, Dr Marie Eleanor Farrugia, Angelle Falzon and Fleur Balzan.