Madrid, April 20, 2023.
The global network of business centers is looking for new developments in Valencia, Bilbao, Tenerife and Marbella, while accelerating those in Madrid and Malaga. With four operating centers, WTCA currently has more than 210,000 m2 of fully equipped spaces for offices, events and congresses in the country. With more than 50 years of history, WTCA continues to consolidate itself as a unique organization to create synergies and attract business, investment and talent between countries.
Spain is a strategic country for the World Trade Centers Association® (WTCA®), a network of more than 300 highly connected companies and organizations that support each other in almost 100 countries. With a presence in our country through four centers in Barcelona, Zaragoza, Seville and Almeda Park (Cornellà), and two already under development in Madrid and Malaga, WTCA is now looking for new developments in Valencia, Bilbao, Tenerife and Marbella." These are very attractive locations from various perspectives linked to the business ecosystem, the local real estate sector, quality of life and growth potential, but in general at WTCA we understand that all cities have a potential interest in hosting one of our business centers Any urban center, large, medium or small, has good reasons for wanting to have a local WTC that energizes its business environment, attracts companies from abroad, offers spaces of the highest quality and connects with an international network present in 100 countries through an incredible diversity of companies", explains Anaïs Jan, Head of Business Development for Western and Northern Europe at WTCA. Quality and global vision With a presence in our country since 1999, with the inauguration of the WTC in Barcelona, the four operating centers of the network add up to 210,000 m2. Each center offers facilities to house offices and spaces for congresses and events with the highest standards of service and quality, and the possibility of generating synergies and collaborations with centers and companies present in any other country in the world."For us it is very important that new members who decide to join our network to develop new centers understand the global concept of a WTC and are interested in collaborating on a global scale", qualifies Anaïs Jan, who announces that she is working "with foreign investors, both from small developers and from large funds, as well as international architecture studios". In addition to the four most strategic locations, WTCA seeks to speed up the development of Madrid and Malaga, "although we are very flexible with deadlines, since our priority is quality". About the WTCA With more than 50 years of history, the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) is a network of more than 300 highly connected, mutually supporting companies and organizations in nearly 100 countries. As the owner of the "World Trade Center" and "WTC" trademarks, the WTCA grants exclusive rights to these marks for its members to use in conjunction with their iconic and independently owned properties, facilities and business service offerings. Through a strong portfolio of events, programs and resources offered to its members, the WTCA's goal is to help local economies prosper by encouraging and facilitating trade and investment around the world through the engagement of its members. .
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