The World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) is the umbrella organization for a global world trade center network that promotes prosperity through trade and investment. The WTCGP is proud to be part of this powerful community with over 320 world trade centers in nearly a hundred countries, representing over 750,000 business members worldwide. We provide international trade programs and services that support the association’s overall mission and brand as the “go to” organization for international business.
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 acts as a bustling hub of export activity. Membership requirements and costs vary according to each world trade center, but many offer reciprocal services and benefits to WTCGP members.
Reciprocal services may include:
To take advantage of these services, contact the WTCGP so that we may facilitate an introduction to the world trade center in your market of interest. Visit The World Trade Centers Association to see a complete list of world trade centers.
Stay connected to the World Trade Centers Association network
With over 320 World Trade Centers making up the WTCA network, there is an abundance of events, resources, and reports to discover.
Webinar Program | Promising Cities for International Business
In these turbulent times it is good to look ahead and look for opportunities abroad. For this reason we present 9 webinars in which we present cities. All cities offer opportunities for our business community. By focusing on a city, companies have an immediate starting point from which they can work in a country.
In these livestream webinars the city or region is introduced, we will discuss doing business (cultural, legal etc) in that city or region, the promising sectors, export and import opportunities and how best to get in touch with local business partners. The organisation on the foreign side is in the hands of the local WTC
Learn more and Register for these free webinars here!
WTC Atlanta Virtual World Trade Day Conference 2020
Georgia ranks 11th in the US in imports and seventh in exports. Many of the state’s largest companies are dependent on international trade.” In the digital age, IT is the backbone of doing business and cybersecurity is critical to business success. This year’s conference will focus on cybersecurity and the impact on international trade and investments.
Who should attend?
Learn more and Register here!
Who should attend?
- IT Professionals
- Cyber Security Organizations
- Executive Decision-Makers
- International Business Managers to CEOs
- Business Owners
- Importers and Exporters
- Trade Specialists
- Finance Specialists
- Government Representatives
Learn more and Register here!
WTC Denver World Trade Month 2020
World Trade Day is the largest international trade and investment conference in the Rocky Mountain Region with over 700 participants. Due to COVID-19, World Trade Center Denver and Co-Producer Manufacturer’s Edge are converting this in-person conference to a virtual event each Friday in May 2020.
May 1, 2020 | 11:00am – 1:00pm (MDT/GMT-6)
May 8, 2020 | 11:00am – 1:00pm (MDT/GMT-6)
May 15, 2020 | 11:00am – 1:00pm (MDT/GMT-6)
May 22, 2020 | 11:00am – 1:00pm (MDT/GMT-6)
May 29, 2020 | 3:00pm – 5:00pm (MDT/GMT-6)
Have a conflict with one or more dates?
Register for the entire series, and you’ll be sent the recording afterwards!
Find the full program list here.
International Trade during COVID19 – US and Netherlands
Are you a Dutch company doing business in the USA during these difficult times? Venture Cafe Rotterdam and Rotterdam Partners organised together with World Trade Center Rotterdam, World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia, World Trade Center Denver and World Trade Center Savannah an online info session about International Trade during #COVID19. In this session you will learn of the impact of COVID19 on the economic situation of USA and future scenarios.
2019 Trade and Investment Report
The world economy is becoming more volatile and growing at a slower pace. These changes have forced businesses to make risky, complex decisions which could add costs to their operations, make them less competitive, or even render them obsolete. Yet new opportunities are emerging for those able to navigate the shifting tides. The 2019 Trade and Investment Report, produced by FP Analytics in collaboration with the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA), illuminates the sources of this uncertainty, the distinctive traits that make cities resilient, and strategies for adapting to the new normal. This study is the result of original city-level data analysis, surveys, and interviews with business leaders from around the world, using the WTCA’s network of more than 325 cities, representing more than 35 percent of global gross domestic product and 1.24 billion people.