Seasus to participate in the prestigious World Summit Award

by Seasus / 12 Aug, 2019 / Published in |

Seasus will be participating in the prestigious World Summit Award, a framework within the United Nations Information Society focusing on entrepreneurship in the Technology & Innovation sectors. Malta will be competing in various technology related categories in these awards. This was announced by the Hon. Silvio Schembri, Parliamentary Secretary for Financial Services, Digital Economy and Innovation.

In 2016, the eBusiness Awards established an important international affiliation with the World Summit Awards, organised under the auspices of the United Nations. The World Summit Awards are a highly diverse and democratic award system that selects and promotes the world’s best digital innovation with impact on society.

The World Summit Awards offer a platform for fostering knowledge exchange and enhancing a worldwide multi-stakeholder network. WSA select and promote cutting edge digital innovation with local relevance, content depth and user value from all UN member states. With over 15 years of international experience, WSA is now a quality seal for digital content with societal impact.

“This is a unique opportunity for our entrepreneurs to showcase their efforts and participate in an international contest, which is perfectly in line with the mission of We want to take eBusiness to another level and we strongly believe that we have the talent and skill to succeed not only in a local context but also in a global, international one,” said Mr Schembri.

To date, more than 180 countries are actively involved, making the World Summit Awards a global hub for everyone who values the crucial importance of local content to make today’s information society more inclusive.

“By having Malta represented in the World Summit Awards, a framework within the United Nations Information Society (UN WSIS), we are yet again putting our local talent in technology and innovation on the forefront globally.

This is an excellent opportunity for the Maltese technology and innovation sector to be internationally recognised. is proud to be assisting the sector to achieve international recognition,” said CEO Dana Farrugia.

These nominees have been selected by an independent board of adjudicators specifically set up for this contest.

Seasus will be participating with projects Plumtri of MCST, BSafe@Work of the Ministry for European Affairs and SPOT App of FITA.

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