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Malta’s largest digital alliance formed

for Malta’s largest digital alliance formed at NIU Ltd.

Zak & Benji, co-founders of ANCHOVY. plc and James & Matthew, co-founders of NIU Ltd. have announced the merger of their operations into one comprehensive technology and digital services group, creating the largest digital services offering in Malta and paving the way for an international growth programme in the rapidly growing sector. 

The new holding PLC, will consolidate the respective company’s local market leadership position and their technology talent base into an integrated digital offering providing each client-base with end-to-end digital services that will support them in their digital transformation journeys. The new group is a result of the converged concepts of the four founders, to strengthening the local market offering whilst embarking on an exciting roadmap to expand the group’s operations further in the Middle East with immediate effect.

“We believe that the new holding PLC will serve as a platform for more firms to join this journey, believe in their potential and attain their goals on an international stage. We are determined to keep extending our capabilities across the regions we operate in, partnering up with iconic brands in this increasingly always-on digital era” they concluded.

ANCHOVY plc, Malta’s leading digital agency enjoying international recognition, disrupted the space years ago by establishing operations in the Middle East. By joining forces with NIU, Malta’s largest web technology, development and integration firm, the group is set to become the natural digital transformation partner for local businesses irrespective of their size or stage of maturity.

The founders, Benji Borg, James Abela, Zak Borg and Matthew Sammut believe this to be a major milestone in the evolution of Malta’s digital economy, reflecting the transformation aspirations of the country. They also underline the group’s intention to grow further by attracting other ventures with similar aspirations into its structure.