With Malta becoming the next incumbent in the Presidency cycle we are delighted to welcome Greta Agius, Competitiveness Attaché, Internal Market, Services and Intellectual Property and Mark Seychell, Senior Policy Officer, Competitiveness Unit.
After providing a short key note speech there will be a moderated Q&A session
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Greta Agius joined the Permanent Representation of Malta to the EU as a Competitiveness and Growth (Internal Market) Attaché in June 2010, covering dossiers relating to the following subject matters: internal market and services, public procurement, professional qualifications, intellectual property and copyright. During the Maltese Presidency Greta will be a chair of competitiveness and growth (internal market) working party. Prior to joining the Permanent Representation, Greta worked as an associate lawyer within law firms: Simon Tortell and Associates (2009-2010), and Hugh Peralta and Associates (2007-2009) working mainly in civil law, commercial law and in litigation. She also worked as a legal advisor within the Malta Communications Authority (2006-2007) working in telecommunications, competition law and e-commerce. She holds a Doctor of Laws from the University of Malta (2005) and an MA Contemporary European Studies (University of Sussex) (2006).