22/06/2018 - WORLD TRADE CENTER MARSEILLE PROVENCE CELEBRATES WTCA DAY
The World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) is a network of more than 300 World Trade Centers in approximately 100 countries. Holder of World Trade Center and WTC, the World Trade Centers Association promotes trade. But also; the investment as well as the commercial and economic opportunities of the World Trade Centers by strengthening the attractiveness of the territories.
Created in 1969 under the leadership of President Guy Tozzoli, the World Trade Centers Association provides a fertile ground for easily setting up globalized business connections.
In June 1979, the “World Trade Center” license was acquired by the Marseille Provence Chamber of Commerce and Industry from WTCA.
The Marseille Provence World Trade Center is part of the WTCA lineage.We share the exact same desire for development and help with entrepreneurial launch. To do this we offer office space, congresses and an offer of business domiciliation.
This year, the World Trade Centers Association is initiating a long-standing tradition of WTCA Day. The challenges of globalization and the future of “business” were at the heart of the discussions.
Finally, this day ended with the publication of a report analyzing the attractiveness of cities and the relationship between globalization and the evolution of local investments.
Many of the indicators in this report demonstrate the importance of connected infrastructure around the world. To note, the local growth stimulated by global links, such seems to be the face of the “new normality”.
Find the full report here: http://wtcareports.org/