Events Paragon Europe & 5-senses

Paragon Europe

Where Good Becomes Great

Founded in 2004 with the vision of assisting local and regional authorities in sourcing EU funding opportunities and in the implementation of EU funded projects, Paragon Europe has grown consistently and today employs more than 50 specialised personnel in ensuring that excellence is realised on behalf of all its clients.

Paragon Europe is an innovative, international EU affairs, advisory and compliance company with head offices in Malta and Brussels. The company’s ambition is to contribute, both in Malta and Europe, to the objectives of the EU Social Agenda and the “headline targets” of the Europe 2020 Strategy. Projects and activities implemented by Paragon Europe are focused on the following areas:

  • Education and Training
  • Sustainable Development and Environment (energy, climate, transport, water etc.)
  • Cultural Heritage and Tourism
  • Social Inclusion
  • ICT - Information and Communication Technologies
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship

5 Senses

Utterly Unique Travel Experiences

5 Senses is a Maltese SME established in 2006 working towards providing quality products and services targeting:

  • Tourism
  • Hospitality
  • Culture and heritage

The main objective of 5 Senses is to preserve, sustain and develop tourism activities in an environmentally friendly manner offering a different tourist product to visitors who want to experience something unique in Malta. 5 Senses comprises a team of people passionate about service and in love with the Maltese Islands. We develop unique experiences for the discerning visitor to the Maltese Islands, be they on corporate visits or simply enjoying the Mediterranean lifestyle on a private vacation. 5 Senses provides an authentic Malta experience to tourists with the common interest of experiencing high quality holidays in non-traditional areas and villages.

5 Senses also actively participates in EU-funded projects under the H2020, COSME and Creative Europe programmes. 5 Senses seeks to increasingly promote Malta’s participation in EU affairs in terms of knowledge economy and Lisbon strategy in the fields of tourism, hospitality, culture and heritage.