World Trade Center Santo Domingo: a new ecosystem for business and commercial relations

Velutini Group presented ¨World Trade Center Santo Domingo¨, an ambitious project that will impose a new ecosystem for business, commercial and international relations, tourism, the exchange of ideas and entertainment in the Dominican Republic.

This global brand has conquered 350 cities in more than 100 countries around the world, and all its offices have been recognized as important business centers that create an ideal ecosystem for commercial exchange and international relations.
In the Dominican Republic, WTC will be made up of what is now BlueMall Santo Domingo, JW Marriott Santo Domingo and the BlueMall Business Tower; to which will be added the expansion of BlueMall; two business towers: WTC 1 and WTC 2; and two apartment hotel towers called BlueMall Luxury Suites.

WTC Santo Domingo will connect the Dominican Republic with the most important international business and networking networks, and will position the country on the world map of business tourism. In addition, members will have access to innovative and important business opportunities that will boost their projects and businesses, allowing them to participate in the benefits of belonging to the exclusive network.

Local tourism, especially in the capital city, will also be boosted with the construction of WTC Santo Domingo, which will provide the residents of the National District with a place for entertainment, the exchange of ideas, cultural, artistic and intellectual activities that will take place in the new commercial spaces of BlueMall and the convention center.

The president of the Velutini Group, Luis Emilio Velutini, highlighted the importance of this work for the promotion of the country brand. He stressed that WTC Santo Domingo will not only promote investment, but will also be an attraction for business tourism. At the same time, he stressed that the development of the project and its implementation will provide employment for more than 17,000 people.

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