Business First has been re-launched in new offices in Mriehel. Business First is now a limited liability company owned by GRTU and Government. Business First had initially started in 2011 with the purpose of providing the most essential business services in one location. It's primary aim has always been to reduce bureaucracy and to help speed up the provision of Business Services by offering a one stop shop solution.
GRTU believes that with it's involvement, the services offered by Business First can not only be enhanced but can also be more effective. GRTU is represented on the Business First board of directors by Paul Abela (Chairman), Marcel Mizzi and Abigail Mamo.
Minister Cardona officially inaugurated the new Business First set up today and stated that this is all part of this Government's efforts to reduce bureaucracy and to allow businesses to realise their full potential.
GRTU's president, Paul Abela, promised that the new Business First will make a difference and stated that with GRTU's involvement Business First will become a model for other countries to emulate.