THE World Trade Centre in Gibraltar has celebrated its first birthday in style – with a 49kg replica cake!
The building, which hosts 58 companies, has significantly boosted Gibraltar’s reputation as a Fintech and eMoney hub.
The World Trade Centre in Gibraltar is part of a worldwide group of 320 similar buildings across 88 different countries.
“The state-of-the-art facility features 15,500 metre squared of high specification Grade A office accommodation and houses, both multinational companies and aspiring new businesses,” a spokesperson from the World Trade Centre said.
“The World Trade Centre is the most globally connected office facility in the region, bringing Gibraltar into a network of 320 WTC’s around the world and heralding a new era of cryptocurrency expansion, promoting Blockchain and FinTech technologies.”
The World Trade Centre houses global business giants such as Regus, Bet Victor, BDO and Stan James Unibet.
In its first year, it has also hosted delegations from the Chinese Embassy to the UK, the London Stock Exchange, Representatives from the US Congress and the WTA’s CEO and leadership team from New York.