GO renews partnership agreement with Malta Hotels & Restaurants Assoc.
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GO has renewed its partnership agreement with the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA). “The partnership, which was signed by GO CEO, Yiannos Michaelides and by MHRA President, Tony Zahra, will also further cement GO’s relationship with MHRA’s member-entrepreneurs, many of whom are GO customers.”
Since its inception, over half a century ago, MHRA said it has worked to support the growth of Malta’s tourism industry. The Association now enjoys respect for its ongoing efforts to support entrepreneurs in the hotel and catering industry who play a major role in the Maltese economy.
As the principal Association in the tourism sector, MHRA added that it represents the interests of its members on several important national policy making bodies while its contribution towards the improvement of the industry remains valuable and constant.
Speaking about the newly-signed partnership agreement, Michaelides said, “We will be joining forces once again with MHRA – an effective achiever which is in step with the changing dynamics of the tourism industry and promoting high standards and quality service in Malta’s tourism sector.”
Speaking about the sponsorship agreement Mr Zahra said, “The partnership with GO is strongly aligned to our drive to constantly upgrade of our product and service. GO’s role in this respect is two-fold: to provide visitors with top-class communications services and to help the industry maximise the huge benefits and opportunities that the tourism industry has to offer to Malta.”
Photo – From left, MHRA CEO Andrew Agius Muscat, MHRA President Tony Zahra and GO CEO, Yiannos Michaelides.