Peter makes a difference!

Meet Peter. Our full time in house guide. Born and raised in Belgium, Peter has been living in Malta for the past 23 years. At OSM we understand that for an incentive trip to be 100% successful, you need to rely on a good guide among other things and Peter is definitely one of our greatest assets.

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OSM goes polo

2 weeks ago, on Friday 23rd November, the OSM team followed blindly its boss to an unknown place… We knew we would be in teams, we knew we would be outside and we knew we were heading for fun!

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The OSM photo challenge

In conjunction with MTA France, On Site Malta has recently hosted a group of French agencies for an educational MICE visit to the Maltese Islands. The fam trip was a huge success where the On Site team showcased its new activities including the Pedal Power Challenge.

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Happy holidays from sunny Malta!

As August is in full swing and the sun has shown its teeth, we thought there’s no better time to kick your shoes off and rest your feet. And that’s

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Its time to pick Malta

Maltese wines are tasteful, unique, elegant. All because they are carefully harvested and cared for. Only good grapes make good wine, and good grapes are seasonal

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Malta motivates – incentive travel ideas

Why not combine Malta with a well-know European City such as London, Rome, Florence, Paris, Athens or Munich? Malta is easily accessible with a 3-hour direct flight from all major European airports; 75 international airports within Europe, Africa and the Middle East are serviced by 40 different airlines operating direct daily flights to Malta.

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When hunger strikes

The OSM team was invited to lunch today – which apart from promising a mouth-watering meal would have also meant a short break from the daily 8 hour stint at the office…. the girls dressed up, the boys made a bit more of an effort to look better than usual and everyone came to the office with a healthy appetite.

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From XS to XXL

When noughts take a different meaning. One doesn’t have to be a mathematician to know that the number zero is used to display a nil value. The humble zero is a symbol, able of turning nothingness into something – a squiggle, a shape, a quantified digit. Add a zero to any other digit other than itself and it starts yielding huge power. Because 5 and 5000 do not have the same value, of course.

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