First Danish World Trade Center now open for business
12 September 2014
On 12 September 2014, Denmark got its first World Trade Center. The new 16,000 sqm business centre, which is located in Copenhagen, is part of the worldwide brand the World Trade Center Association.
Businesses, organisations and entrepreneurs in the new World Trade Center Ballerup will have access to a global network of more than 300 World Trade Centres in more than 100 countries.
“We can assist our leaseholders in getting in contact with potential customers and business partners as well as in finding international trade information. We are also planning on hosting events, fairs and conferences with a national and international focus. Moreover, leaseholders will be allowed to use the World Trade Center logo in their marketing materials and thus tap into a credible brand with high recognition when entering new markets,” says Ib Henrik Rønje, owner and managing director of Kongeegen.
World Trade Center Ballerup has been in ongoing dialogue with the World Trade Center Association in New York in order to live up the high standards in terms of the premises, daily operations, decor, level of service and environmental issues.
The business centre, which is currently being renovated, will have meeting and conference facilities, a lobby area, a cafeteria and a gym, and a range of serviced offices of different sizes across the building's four levels.
Many Danes still associate the World Trade Center with the terrorist attack in New York in 2011.
“For that reason, our first major task is to show the Danish business community that the World Trade Center is also synonymous with an international, inspiring and productive office and business environment,” says Ib Henrik Rønje, who expects that the first companies to move into the World Trade Center Ballerup in September.
Please visit the official website for the Danish World Trade Center here and read more about the World Trade Center Association here