(DUBLIN) -- The World Trade Centre Association announced plans to open the World Trade Centre Dublin, providing for Ireland "a new gateway to international trade opportunities."
"In the current economic climate every business needs to examine all its options and seek new business opportunities. Through our network of world trade centers, we will be in a position to offer networking and trading opportunities with over one million companies throughout the world," WTCD Director David Pierce said about the launch.
On Wednesday, a breakfast briefing was held to discuss the details of the WTCD's first Irish project -- a joint professional initiative with Independent Colleges. WTCD and Independent Colleges plan to work together to improve and grow the international trade competency of businesses in Ireland.
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