The largest waste management operator in Malta wanted to set up an appropriate vision, mission and way forward for its facility during the next few years with a view to define and determine its role in the market in the foreseeable future. BEAT was requested to support the operator to come up with an appropriate strategic and business plan in the process.
The Transport Sector in Malta is presently undergoing through a period of major transformation in view of the heavy traffic and limited mobility of the population as a whole. We were requested to develop a Programme Blue Print for the Rollout of an MRTS in the country.
Malta Enterprise issued a request for proposals to evaluate the feasibility for the introduction of a Fibre Optic Cable between Malta and Gozo. BEAT formed part of a Consortium chosen to carry out the study.
Malta Enterprise wanted to carry out a reform of its export promotion arm with a view to increasing the export readiness and effectiveness of organisations set up in Malta to undertake international trade. BEAT was requested to develop a blueprint to address this requirement.
In conjunction with a strategic partner audit firm, BEAT was engaged to participate in a strategic review of an inter-islands ro-ro ferry services operator, with the scope of identifying strategic and operational changes in order to safeguard the sustainability of the operations and to identify key recommended improvement opportunities.
Malta Enterprise wanted to evaluate the feasibility of introducing new incentives for the registration of Intellectual Property Rights in Malta. BEAT was engaged to provide recommendations to implement an appropriate scheme in Malta.
In conjunction with a strategic partner audit firm, BEAT was engaged to project manage and participate in a strategic and operations review of a water utility, with the scope of identifying strategic and operational opportunities. The assignment, which included a multi-disciplinary team who reviewed commercial, business and operational aspects of the utility in order to identify changes necessary, opportunities for improvement and to come up with key recommendations.
A non-governmental organisation wanted to assess the current state of the Food and Beverage Wholesale and Retail Market in Malta. BEAT was requested to carry out the assessment and subsequently submit its recommendations to the Government.
A Utility Company wanted to turnaround its operations with a view to restoring its profitability. Towards this end, we were requested to support the Company with a Strategic Turnaround Plan and provide a roadmap for recovery.
The Malta Communications Authority wanted to establish a vision and strategy for Malta to enhance its competitiveness and attractiveness as a destination hosting E-Commerce Activities. BEAT led the process of developing a White Paper to address these requirements.