KPMG has renewed its partnership agreement with JCI Malta, an affiliate of the international network of active citizens in their 20s and 30s committed to create development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change within society. The places where they can make change are various, it could start with family & friends, workplace and even a locality/country at large.

The agreement includes financial support for flagship programmes such as the Hack-It-On Business Boot Camps and the Friendly Business Awards. It also contains access for JCI Members to KPMG expertise and training for KPMG staff in areas as required.

Pierre Portelli, Tax and Human Resources Partner at KPMG, said:
"KPMG is proud to renew its partnership agreement with JCI Malta that serves as a launching pad and a creative platform affording young adults the opportunity to truly make a difference in their society. It is through such partnerships that KPMG can tangibly bring about innovative transformation driven through empowerment and positive change".

JCI Malta President, Rachel Cassar, said, "KPMG has supported JCI Malta for over twelve years and the partnership helps to deliver high-quality events and increase membership value".

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