Abigail Mamo

Abigail Mamo

Abigail Mamo has occupied the position of Malta Chamber of SMEs Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the last 8 years. She has held different positions within the Malta Chamber of SMEs since 2007.

Her experience and expertise revolve around economics topics of competitiveness and sustainability of enterprises with a particular focus on SMEs.

Abigail Mamo is an experienced lobbyist and represents the interest of businesses on a number high level fora.

As CEO, Abigail Mamo handles all official representation which includes representing the SME Chamber at the Malta Council for Economics and Social Affairs (MCESD).

In her capacity as CEO, Ms. Mamo is also a Board Member of :

  • JobsPLus,
  • Maternity Trust Foundation,
  • Employment Relations Board,
  • Malta Council for Science and Technology (MCST),
  • Retail Price Index board,
  • Occupational Health and Safety,
  • Business 1st subsidiary of Malta Chamber of SMEs.

The Malta Chamber of SMEs

The Malta Chamber of SMEs is Malta’s national organisation of independent private businesses. With over 7,000 members coming from 12,000 different business outlets, the SME Chamber represents the largest group of retailers of goods and services, contractors, distributors, wholesalers and independent technical and professional services.

The Malta Chamber of SMEs represents Maltese traders and retailers on various national fora including the Malta Council for Economic Development (MCESD),the Planning Authority, the Advisory Board of the National Organisation, the Fruit and

Vegetables Board, the Commission for the Self Employed, the Council for Consumer Affairs, the Traffic Control Board, Malta Enterprise and the Malta Development Bank.

SME Chamber policies have always been geared towards the fostering of private venture and the advancement of small and medium-sized owner managed enterprises. The SME Chamber believes that greater prosperity is within reach if commercial principles and practices rather than political ideology were to guide economic policy-making.


Workshop about Executive Discussion: The Reality of Doing Business in the US (Day 3)

SiGMA World celebrated the iGaming industry’s resilience even in the most troubling of times. With this we also congratulate the efforts made to make the iGaming world ethical, fraud-free and lawful.

Affiliate Grand Slam congratulated the brilliant marketers and influencers bringing much needed attention to a massive portfolio of industries and rejuvenating the economy one click at a time.

AIBC brought together the pioneers of a bright new age of emerging technology ready, able and willing to be the vanguard of Tomorrow. Other than just the established names, we also hosted many an entrepreneur seeking to expand the frontiers of AI and the Blockchain ever forward.

Finally, Med-Tech World united the medical professionals of many disciplines to combine their keen minds and inexhaustible passion for a better tomorrow with the entrepreneurial spirit of investors who also dream of a world free from disease and cancer.

The Week also saw many a networking dinner, speaking panel, drink gatherings and other opportunities for our hard-working delegates to unwind. A few highlights include the awards that congratulated those whose dedication, skill and acumen made them a leading figure in their industry as well as the fact that the conferences where graced by titans such as John Karony, Nolan Bushnell, Djibril Cissé, Akon and Mark Blandford who was awarded an Outstanding Contribution of the Year award for his pioneering work in the iGaming industry.