Set up in May 2001 by Mark Gatt and Gabby Larsson, ECMeetings Malta was fuelled by the vision to offer unique Malta DMC service and fired by the passion to do things better. Despite the high level of competition, a unique strategy vision and a commitment to hard work ensured the success the company enjoys today.
ECMeetings provides honest, objective and experienced advice to translate your Malta conference or incentive event brief into a sound business proposition. Whether a conference and meeting or incentive and team building activity in Malta that needs to be organised, ECMeetings is your ideal destination management partner.
Unlike your typical “cut and paste” DMC in Malta, they avoid taking short cuts and focus on the details every step of the way. Their aim is to create a motivational programme that is tailor made to your requirements and objectives, securing their position as the local leaders in creative destination management whilst consistently delivering the highest levels of customer satisfaction and return on investment.
At ECMeetings they provide a full event management service, from the conception of creative event themes all the way down to the finest detail; and whilst they are passionate about doing things that have never been done before, they are completely nuts about logistics and leave no stone unturned in the Malta DMC services that they offer.
“We guarantee innovative, fresh, winning ideas every time. We really are one of the leading Malta DMCs and do hope that you will contact us for your next conference, meeting or incentive event in Malta.”
The foundation stone of Valletta, Malta’s Capital City, was laid in 1566 and the city was named after Grand Master Jean Parisot de la Valette. By the turn of the 16th century, Valletta had grown to a sizeable city. Today, Valletta has about 9000 inhabitants but plays a major role as a commercial and financial centre.
Being approximately of the same size as Manhattan, Gozo is the place where time stands still. This sister island is more rural and has more hills than Malta. Discover Gozo’s incredible scenery, learn about the history of the island and bring your team together to make the best traditional Gozo Ftira.
Mdina, the old capital of Malta is called the “Silent City” by locals and visitors. The medieval walled town situated on a hill in the centre of the island has a population of just over three hundred people. The town provides a relaxing atmosphere among the visitors walking its narrow streets and alleyways.
If paradise exists, it might be in Malta. Comino, the tiny island off the tip of Italy’s boot in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea has an estimated population of four humans, a complete absence of cars and a Blue Lagoon with waters so perfectly azure, we don’t even believe they’re real.