MALMO, SWEDEN - Collaboration, business opportunities and adding more value to our members were the main topics when seven WTC´s met at WTC Malmo on 12 June, 2014.
This Nordic/Baltic network started in 2012. Our ambition is to meet twice a year to exchange experiences and develop methods for a deeper collaboration. At this meeting we expanded our network with two more Centers, WTC Ballerup in Denmark and WTC Poznan in Poland.
A couple of years ago the Swedish WTC´s signed an agreement to let each other’s members take advantage of all the facilities within the Centers. Free workplace for a day while on a business trip, beneficial conference rates, and free coffee and Wi-Fi is a good start.
However, our goal is to further develop this agreement within the Nordic/Baltic WTCs. We are convinced that our work will add a lot of value to all our members, that the WTC brand will become more well known and secure stronger regional positions.
[PHOTO: From the top left: Henrik Swahn, WTC Vaxjo/Karlskrona, Tine Wiinblad, WTC Ballerup, Danuta Kubasik, WTC Poznan, Hanna-Leena Harma, WTC Helsiniki, Mia Meriläinen, WTC Gothenburg, Eva Hyllstam, WTC Gothenburg, Niklas Åklundh, WTC Malmo/Lund/Helsingborg. From the bottom left: Sophia Engleson, WTC Malmo/Lund/Helsingborg, Mette Lindberg, WTC Ballerup, Steen Uno, WTC Ballerup, Per Saxegaard, WTC Oslo.]
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