Miami, with a total population of 2,285 million and a gross domestic product of US$75 billion, is the recognized gateway to the Americas, including Central America and the Caribbean a top trade hub between North America, South America and Europe. Miami International Airport has more flights to cities in the Western Hemisphere than any other airport, and is the top-ranked international freight, perishables and passenger airport in the US. The Port of Miami moved 8.68 million tons in 2002.
Ownership & Operations
The WTC Miami is a private, non-profit corporation, certified in trade conferences, trade education, trade missions and trade shows. In 1998 its board decided to focus the WTC Miami on maximizing sales opportunities between buyers and sellers in the Western Hemisphere.
Outstanding Service: Trade Strategies and Market Positioning
WTC Miami created a strategy that helped position Miami-Dad County as the Trade and Logistics Capital of the Americas. It used various services to implement this strategy, including launching Americas-themed shows and conferences, including:
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WTC Miami has created a strategy that has helped position Miami as the Trade and Logistics Capital of the Americas. Its trade shows generate more than US$1 billion in annual sales.