The mission of the Voice Aid Association is to act worldwide regionally, but also supra-regionally. By using modern digital media, such as live-streams, social media, etc., we connect different countries and continents with each other. With concerts, fashion shows, events, vernissages, etc. and the associated activities, sponsoring, challenges, etc. we want to create awareness for the social and other important topics of the world.
The Voice Aid Project operates with an ever-expanding base of artists, protagonists from art, culture and business, singers and bands, dancers and action artists as well as visual artists, such as painters, graphic artists, etc., as well as product lines of sustainable suppliers and companies following the project idea.
Some of these people become Voice Aid ambassadors, Voice Aid Faces, and thus also support the dissemination of our message through the media: Humans are magic and with humans we can change the world
Elite Network International first chapter is formed by Malta’s market top senior executives and Government representatives. Due to the founder’s existing international network, the chapter has professional links to all of Australia, Canada, China, France, India, Jerusalem, Italy, Kingdom of Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and USA. The concept of Networking Transparency is one which has started to govern how businesses do business and underpins those that do it successfully. The concept’s signature is the idea of a company driving its brand forward and using networks, both localised and more globalised, to open resources and exploit opportunities to present its services more effectively and more proactively to a wider network of like-minded companies.
Central to our vision is a good stewardship of all life. This vision is based on the Universal Declaration on Human Rights. This describes a world of abundance and peace. In our mission we are working on developing and promoting ecological innovative financial products and services, which are exclusively dedicated towards serving society. This includes the introduction of the 1 URA as a new currency and natural growth as revenue.
La Quinta is present internationally, either with own offices, freelance or representative offices, which often cover several surrounding countries and increase the effectiveness of the network itself:
Branch Offices: Italy (Milan, Florence), Americas (Miami), France (Paris), Singapore (Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore), Malta (sede for Albania, Algeria, Gibraltar, Greece, Lebanon, Tunisia, Morocco, Cyprus, Libya Arab Jamahiriya, Monaco, Egypt, Portugal & Israel).
Representative Offices: Hong Kong, Japan (Tokyo), China (Shenzhen, Shanghai), South Korea (Seoul), Turkey (Istanbul), India (New Delhi)
Freelance: UK, Russia, Vietnam, Dubai, Spain, New York.
ATHE is dedicated to continued professional development, to achieving the highest levels of professional certification, and to supporting each other in commitment to professional and academic excellence. At ATHE we pride ourselves on professionalism, flexibility and our close work with all of our accredited colleges.
ATHE have been providing courses to colleges across the UK since 2006. Specialising in Business, Tourism and Hospitality we have made a name for ourselves with good customer service, rewarding courses and happy students with countless progression routes. We have courses accredited by OFQUAL regulated awarding bodies such as EDI, NCFE and Ascentis and are also partnered with several universities in England and Wales which has allowed many of our students to progress to study for degrees and MBA's unconditionally.
List of ATHE Centres: Westech College; Tudor College; Rims College; Bilston Community College; Queensbury College; Stratford College; London College of Accountancy and Management; London College of Science and Technology; London College of Business & Computer Studies; London Essex College; London School of Financing and Accounting; London Churchill College; London College of Business & IT; St Stephens College; Gamcom Training Institute; Trinity College; Nobilus Group; Techy Consult; Europa College; PTAP Training; London College of Theology; Manchester College; Mancunia College; London Restaurant Association; Kudos Training London SAM; Benett International College; JFC Training College; Universal Skills Management; Gemini College; King Edwards College; London College of Computer & Management Sciences; London School of Management Sciences; Stratford College of Management Sciences; Turner Group; Lighthouse Business College (Manchester); Lighthouse College (Northampton); VTIES; Meteor Business Sense; London Training College; Rexcel This information was taken from ATHE.
Skål is a professional organisation of tourism leaders around the world, promoting global tourism and friendship. It is the only international group uniting all branches of the travel and tourism industry. Its members, the industry's managers and executives, meet at local, national, regional and international levels to discuss and pursue topics of common interest.
The first Club was founded in 1932 in Paris by travel managers, following an educational tour of Scandinavia. The idea of international goodwill and friendship grew and, in 1934, the “Association Internationale des Skål Clubs” was formed with Florimond Volckaert as its first President, who is considered the “Father of Skål”.
Skål International today has approximately 20,000 members in 480 Clubs throughout 89 nations. Most activities occur at local level, moving up through National Committees, under the umbrella of Skål International, headquartered at the General Secretariat in Torremolinos, Spain. Skål International is governed by an Executive Committee of seven members, elected by delegates to an annual General Assembly, held during the World Congress, hosted by a different country each year. This allows members first-hand observation of the travel and tourism potential around the world. Skål International Network is made up of Executives directly involved and decision makers in tourism management, sales and promotions, in specified travel and tourism businesses, including: Transportation (Airlines, Cruise lines, Railways, Ferries); Travel agencies and Tour Operators; Tourism Organisations; Governments and Non-Government Tourism Councils; Hotels; Convention Centers; Travel Media.
The Institute of Hospitality – Malta (formerly HCIMA) is a non-profit making professional organization, dedicated to maintaining and improving the Management standards of the professionals working in the Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Industries.
We accomplish our objectives through education, training and professional development of our membership. We are part of the international Institute of Hospitality network established in more than 100 countries with an international membership network of more than 15,000 and all the students in an ever increasing number of Colleges and Universities, presently numbering more than 35 worldwide.
The Institute of Travel & Tourism was set up to raise and maintain professional standards throughout the travel industry and for the benefit of its Members. Membership of ITT is open to everyone involved in travel and tourism – whether employed by a travel agency, airline, tour operator, hotel, tourist office, car hire company or any other travel related business such as PR, law and marketing.
The Institute also welcomes travel and tourism educators and their students. ITT provides Members with support and guidance at the same time as encouraging excellence and professionalism. There are also many opportunities for Members to network and exchange views with industry peers and colleagues created through ITT's popular social and business events.
CEPI Malta is an association under Maltese law that follows the
principles of CEPI-UCI based in Rome. CEPI Malta association is born
thus to develop a network of companies based in Malta and it acts as a
guarantor of development of business interests, social interests,
cultural interests, legal interests and any other interests affecting
Given their importance to Europe’s economy, SMEs are a major focus of EU policy. The European Commission aims to promote entrepreneurship and improve the business environment for SMEs, thereby allowing them to realise their full potential in today’s global economy.
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