Just as a wave gains huge momentum and power before crashing onto the shores of Africa’s dramatic coastline, so trade and growth are gaining huge momentum on this incredibly diverse continent. World Trade Centers is at the forefront of this burgeoning trade. It is on the cusp of a wave that is constantly gathering more energy. Using technology and integrating a growing global network of more than 1 million trade partners, in more than 300 Cities and 90 Countries, World Trade Centers – have successfully increased trade all over the world.
The main purpose of a World Trade Centre is to meet the local and international business needs, of the region it serves. It supports business and government agencies involved in trade development, stimulating the economy, of the region it serves. They are the focal point for local and foreign trade in a city or region and give companies of all sizes a platform to gain access to international markets.
Now, World Trade Centers are being built across Sub-Saharan Africa. The goal is simple – to increase trade with Africa, through each of the regional World Trade Centers. Mochron investments the owners of World Trade Center Johannesburg and Cape Town, is forming business partnerships in 47 African nations to assist local business in establishing an African network of World Trade Centers. Real estate developers in each of these countries are being invited to participate in iconic property developments that will be promoted globally. These are typically mixed use developments that include; residential, office and hotel space. Independent audit reports indicates that the strength of the World Trade Center brand on average generate 18% higher returns and 11% less vacancy rates.