WTC International Trade Services & Facilities
A WTC offers its members and tenants a wide range of facilities and international trade services. Since WTC services are reciprocal, members can access them at all operating WTCs around the world. Here are the services and facilities that are offered to companies seeking to expand international markets.
Trade Information & Market Research
WTCs provide up-to-date information about their respective regions, including local products and services, market conditions, government regulations and business culture. WTCs furnish detailed profiles of local business contacts, including manufacturers, distributors and services providers. They also perform market research tailored to specific needs.The WTCA's internet website (http://www.wtca.org) is a marketing tool for the WTC's around the world, promoting events and businesses.
WTCs offer state-of-the-ar support facilities. This includes video conferencing, internet access, word processing and more. Flexible arrangements for temporary office space, meeting rooms, secretarial and translation services are also available.
Trade Education Services
WTCs organize practical, interactive international trade workshops and seminars on key local and global business issues.
Group Trade Missions
Includes taking part in outbound missions to explore new markets and receiving incoming business groups.
Promote business networking by providing comfortable lounge and dining services for members and their guests. Offer private rooms with general office services for various types of business gatherings. Networking forums are arranged on specialized subjects to facilitate business contacts.
A World Trade Center is a recognizable symbol of locally focused economic strength in world commerce. Anchored by a unique combination of tenants and visitors, a World Trade Center is bustling hub of export activity. Membership requirements and cost vary according to each World Trade Center.