The World Trade Center idea: We Grow Trade

World Trade Center Ballerup is much more than a building full of offices. As a tenant, you will become a part of an internal and international network, which can help your company in new markets in and outside Denmark.

The World Trade Centers Association is an independent global organisation, which is actively working for increased cooperation and trade both globally, regionally, and locally. As a tenant at a World Trade Center you are a part of an international network with over 300 centres in more than 100 countries all over the world. In other words: you can take a shortcut to new global markets.

The World Trade Centers Association are driven by the idea of actively contributing to the development of your business and growth. Through our trade organisations, international networks, and partners in other World Trade Centres we can help you to get in contact to partners or advisors abroad. At the same time we can help you with favorable prices if you want to rent an office or meeting facilities in other World Trade Centres. Besides that, we hold a lot of events, presentations and network arrangements, which can challenge, inspire and entertain you.

Brand with history and credibility 
Ever since the World Trade Centers Association was established in New York in 1970 the knowledge and the number of memberships have grown steadily. Today the organisation is one of the most exclusive and acknowledged brands within international trade.

As a tenant at World Trade Center Ballerup you will automatically become a member of World Trade Center Club and can draw on the credibility and brand of the organisation – which can open doors to new markets of export.

As a member of World Trade Center you can
- Use the World Trade Center brand in your branding 
- Draw upon the network and acknowledgement of the brand
- Hold your meetings abroad in one of the centres of the organisation
- Participate in conferences, events, and fairs all over the world

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