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World Trade Center Alaska is a private non-profit membership organization providing international trade and business services to members and community partners across the state. The mission of WTCAK is to assist Alaskans to successfully compete for trade and investment in the global market place. WTCAK’s strategic partners include: State of Alaska, University of Alaska, and U.S. Department of Commerce.
The World Trade Center Delaware is a private-sector, non-profit organization helping companies succeed in the international marketplace. With a primary focus on export promotion, WTC Delaware develops programs to assist businesses and organizations including educational and networking events, market research, and consulting. This partnership will help WTC Delaware generate new opportunities for more Delaware exporters in a wide range of manufacturing and services industries to help secure America’s future in this increasingly competitive world.
A World Trade Center connects its regional business community to the people, companies, data and government agencies that make up the fabric of global commerce. As part of a network of 330 World Trade Centers across the globe, World Trade Center Kansas City offers a wide variety of programs and resources to stimulate international trade.
Offering services such as global trade data mining, international market briefings, cultural sensitivity training, World Bank project alerts, individual or group trade missions, online buyer/supplier matchmaking, and export documentation, World Trade Center Kansas City can help your business start or expand upon your international operations.
The WTCNO is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting international business and trade in Louisiana, and consists of 1,000+ companies and high profile individual members. This membership base represents a diverse group of industry leaders and includes manufacturers, energy, agriculture, maritime, digital media, foreign consulates, and other interests. In 2011, member organizations were able to significantly contribute to the state’s record-breaking exports, the total value of which exceeded $55 billion. WTCNO has the objective to add wealth to its community as well as create jobs through international trade and related services while fostering business and economic development by engaging in allied activities.