The WTC Concept
WTC Mumbai is a unique model of a tripartite partnership of Government of India, State Government of Maharashtra and Private Enterprise.
The WTC Complex comprises of Centre 1, a 32-storey building, which is occupied by leading Corporate Houses, MNCs, Public Sector Units, Export Promotion Agencies, Banks & Financial Institutions. The Centre 2 is occupied by a leading Indian Industrial Financial Institution. The Arcade combines a centrally air-conditioned Exhibition Center, Show Rooms, State Emporiums, Fine Dining and other amenities.
Established in 1970 with the aim to promote India’s international trade and investment, WTC Mumbai is the premier operating Indian member of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA), New York, providing a wide range of services and facilities.
WTC Mumbai organizes meaningful national and international trade activities, B2B meetings and exhibitions to showcase India’s growing business capabilities.
The knowledge-based services of the WTC include trade research, training institute, seminars and workshops, comprehensive export import databases, all of which are regularly utilized by business and industry, governments, educational institutions and students.
The WTC offers online trading services providing trade and business opportunities, particularly for the Indian SME sector. It has signed Agreements of Cooperation with over 150 international organizations, for promoting international trade.
WTC Mumbai is the recipient of the “Best Quality Practices Award” conferred by the WTCA. WTC Mumbai is the designated Trade Point in India of the World Trade Point Federation, Geneva.