The Gozo Business Chamber was founded by a public deed on 20 December 1999, to promote the common interests of business operators in Gozo.

Since its formation, the Chamber has already made several representations with the authorities on behalf of its members; collaboration agreements with the Gozo Tourism Association and the Malta Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise.

The Gozo Business Chamber also published unbiased educational material concerning the effects of European Union membership and forged contacts with overseas Chambers.

The Chamber is administered by a Council which is elected every two years and is made up of a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Public Relations Officer, Membership Officer and other members representing the different sections as well as the Chief Executive Officer.

The Gozo Business Chamber is a member of the Network of Insular Chambers of Commerce of the European Union (INSULEUR) and a founder member of the Observatory of European Island Tourism (OTIE).

The Council


Mr Joseph Borg

Vice President

Mr Michael Galea


Ms Elaine Camilleri


Mr Anthony Bezzina

Public Relations Officer

Dr Jonathan Mintoff

Membership Officer

Mr John Saliba

Membership Officer

Mr Peter Paul Hili

Members: Ms Marie Grech, Mr Andrew Zammit


Tunnel Sub-Committee:

Mr. Michael Grech

Mr. Joseph Borg

Mr. Euchar Vella

Joint Stakeholders Working Council:

Mr Jack Thewma

The Gozo Action Group Foundation Committee

Mr. Michael Galea

MCESD - The Gozo Regional Committee

Mr. Joseph Borg (Representative)

Mr. Anthony Bezzina (Representative)

Mr. Jack Thewma (Substitute)

Dr. Jonathan Mintoff ( Substitute)

The aims of the Chamber are:

  1. Safeguard and promote the common interests of the members of the Chamber,
  2. Address issues particularly those associated with the regionality and insularity of Gozo, which can hinder the smooth running of business concerns in Gozo,
  3. Promote and, whenever possible, assist in the process of improving the commercial opportunities in Gozo,
  4. Foster and enhance cooperation amongst members of the Chamber,
  5. Act as a mediator, whenever the need arises, both amongst members and also between members and third parties,
  6. Represent its members during discussions with regional, national and international organisations and authorities,
  7. Educate its members and to provide guidelines for a code of conduct to be observed by its members during the course of their business.

Safeguard members’ interests

 Address Gozo’s regionality and insularity

Promote commercial opportunities in Gozo

Represent members on regional, national, international fora

Help members follow a code of conduct

Create a sound commercial environment

we cover

Financial/Insurance/Legal/ Health/Transport/ Other Professional Services
Importing/Wholesaling/ Retailing