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WTCA Updates on COVID-19 in Asia Pacific

Vol. 3, No. 4 April 2020





John E. Drew Chair, Board of Directors, WTCA

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MEMO: WTCA Global Town Hall Recap: COVID-19 in APAC


of events, programming and resources that it offers its Members, the goal of the WTCA is to

WELCOME: Unity in These Uncertain Times

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Unity in These Uncertain Times Dear Members, During the production of the April issue of WTCA Meridian, the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic evolved and continues to do so every day, sending shockwaves around the world. I wanted to take this time to address our Membership. As we’ve mentioned before, the health and safety of our Members, employees, and those in our local communities is our number one priority. We are closely monitoring the situation and communicating regularly to determine the best ways to assist during this time of uncertainty. Please know that we are here for you, and ready and able to lend the necessary support while we adjust to working together in a more virtual world.

John E. Drew Chair, Board of Directors World Trade Centers Association

We want to keep clear and consistent communication with you, our Members, through it all. Therefore, you’ll notice upcoming e-blasts from Headquarters with resources and tools to provide your WTCs and members/tenants (which are available on the WTCA Resource Center). In addition, we are preparing next month’s issue to provide updates on how Members in various regions are dealing with the outbreak on the local level, so that we may share protocols and guidance to help each other. Further, in response to feedback from Members, WTCA Headquarters will also continue to host Town Halls in the next month, with more frequent Town Halls held by some of the Regional Directors, to bring our Members together to discuss actions being taken in their local communities, and we will keep you posted as these Town Halls get scheduled. We are hopeful that these resources help your WTCs and members/tenants to keep business as normal as possible, as our respective government agencies, as well as those by health officials around the world, continue to work to rein in this outbreak and restore normalcy to our lives in the coming months. In this month’s issue, the Memo shares how some of our APAC Members worked through and are now emerging from the Coronavirus outbreak. Our Around the Network section features Member-submitted stories to provide you with insights on what is happening around the globe. We hope these upcoming issues of WTCA Meridian bring you a sense of community during these trying times. This is a critical time, and it is important for us to come together as an Association to support our local communities and businesses. Our mission has always been about “connecting the business world,” and today, that mission is more relevant than ever before. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to WTCA Headquarters at media@wtca.org. Sincerely,

John E. Drew



MEMO: WTCA Global Town Hall Recap: COVID-19 in APAC On March 18 and 19, the WTCA hosted two global town

forced to take strict measures to curb the outbreak

hall meetings via teleconference to bring together

by limiting movement and enforcing social distancing

Members from around the world to discuss the

in the local communities. In some of the hard-hit

current COVID-19 pandemic, exchange strategies for

areas, such as many cities throughout China, offices

business continuity, and share perspectives and major

became empty, shopping malls became deserted,

concerns. During these virtual roundtables, there was

restaurants shut down, and hotels either closed or

a common, overarching theme: the value and strength

dropped occupancy to single-digit percentages. Major

of the WTCA network as a resource for local businesses

trade shows and events in the APAC region were either

to overcome this crisis. With more than 70 WTC

canceled or postponed, including the WTCA’s General

colleagues participating around the world, the global

Assembly in Taipei.

town halls provided a platform for Members to share updates from their local communities and learn from each other.

To sustain operations, many WTCs in the region had to adjust to working remotely, prioritizing the safety of their staff, tenants, customers and members, while

A few participating Members in Asia — including WTC

complying with regulations and mandates enforced by

Beijing, WTC Bengaluru, WTC Harbin, WTC Mumbai,

their respective national governments.

WTC Quanzhou, and WTC Shenyang — were especially


helpful in sharing learnings and updates based on their regions’ experiences tackling and now emerging from the crisis. The below recap outlines some of those learnings and updates from the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

Despite many challenges, the WTCs throughout the APAC region were able to bolster their services and efforts to help local business communities. By delivering critical information, maintaining communication and establishing connections, they


provided support during a time when companies

The APAC region has been in crisis management mode

dealt with disruptions to their supply chains, as well

since China decided to lock down the city of Wuhan

as changing rules and regulations for cross-border

on January 23, the most populous city in Central China

shipments and travel. For example, WTC Beijing tapped

where the COVID-19 outbreak was first reported. As

its e-show global platform to display its members’

the virus began to spread throughout the region,

products and promote trade, while WTC Mumbai

government officials and health authorities were

accelerated the digital distribution of trade information



Our mission has always been about ‘connecting the business world,’ and today, that mission is more relevant than ever before… I am confident

and consultation services. Both WTCs identified the importance of technology to continue with their services and programs. Although countries throughout

of the strength in our Association’s

that are updated on a daily

collaboration and know we will come out

medical suppliers around

of this stronger than ever.

the region vary significantly in terms of the level and stage of the

basis, including a list of the world, a list of business continuity resources, a list of helpful weblinks (medical information and travel

pandemic, some countries appear to be in transition

advisories), and key messaging for WTCA Members for

back to normalcy. For example, China has reported

media inquiries surrounding COVID-19. The WTCA has

few to zero domestic cases in the past few weeks and

also launched an external-facing “COVID-19 Resources

manufacturing activities have been recovered to 70-

and Updates” webpage on the WTCA website that

80%. Offices were also re-opened with reduced social

provides local updates from WTCs, and virtual

distancing restriction.

programming offered by WTCA Members (which are

In response to urgent requests from WTCs throughout

open to the public).

the APAC region, the WTCA took swift action at the


end of January to create the COVID-19 section in

Following these two global town hall meetings, WTCA

the WTCA Resource Center (in a folder titled “0.

Members have provided feedback echoing that this is

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information”) to exchange

a critical time for the WTCA to step up, demonstrate

information and establish matchmaking efforts to

the power of our network, and leverage our vast

deal with shortages of medical supplies. WTCs from

connections with business communities around the

around the world reached out to help by sharing

globe. Together, we’ll be able to play a significant role

relevant information from their business members. As

to help communities combat the pandemic, restore

the pandemic spread to Europe and North America,

services, and rebuild local economies. As John E.

WTCs in the APAC region such as WTC Beijing, WTC

Drew, Chairman, WTCA Board of Directors, stated:

Chongqing, WTC Macau, WTC Metro Manila, WTC

“Our mission has always been about ‘connecting

Quanzhou, WTC Shenyang, and WTC Xi’an have

the business world,’ and today, that mission is more

reciprocated the assistance by uploading a great

relevant than ever before… I am confident of the

amount of medical supplier information. To date, the

strength in our Association’s collaboration and know

WTCA Resource Center features a number of resources

we will come out of this stronger than ever.”




WTCA Members Celebrate International Women’s Day Around the World As we mentioned in our March issue, International Women’s Day was held on March 8 and our Member WTCs hosted and/or participated in various events around the world to raise awareness for this global day. Below are highlights from some of the events that took place:

WTC BENGALURU On March 7, WTC Bengaluru hosted a “Talk on Generation of Equality” at the Brigade Gateway campus. Multiple activities were held including a “Spotlight on the Stars” roundtable where each female colleague could share her story, a fashion show to recognize each woman, and a “Mirror on the Wall” discussion where peers shared the qualities they admire in each of their female colleagues. A special

lunch was hosted by Mr. Vineet Verma, President of WTC Bengaluru, where he addressed attendees along with Dr. Bose Nair, Vice President of WTC Bengaluru. During the conversation, it was agreed upon by team members that women’s rights require the support of both men and women, and the team made a commitment to support this cause.

A total of 112 attendees participated in the “Talk on Generation of Equality” consisting of female employees at WTC Bengaluru, Brigade Hospitality, and selected invitees from tenant companies. Photo credits: WTC Bengaluru

Ms. Umma Reddy, Advisor, WTC Bengaluru, leads the “Talk on Generation of Equality” at WTC Bengaluru.


WTC BHUBANESWAR On March 4, WTC Bhubaneswar’s Women Entrepreneurs Forum, in association with the Government Industrial Training Institute of Bhubaneswar (Govt ITI College) conducted a day-long workshop titled “Creating an Equal Generation” for final year students and garnered 108 attendees from different verticals including food production, dress making, electronics, and Internet of Things. With the objective to create an understanding amongst the youth about the recent transformations in society that

embrace equality and looks at a holistic approach for human well-being and survival, the workshop provided an opportunity for attendees to learn about real life experiences and struggles that women entrepreneurs of the forum have faced. Additionally, on March 7, the Women Entrepreneurs Forum organized a session on how to balance your balance sheet, aiming to increase the financial literacy of women in the field of business, and garnered 23 participants who were all women.

Pictured from left to right: Ms. Nimeshika Natarajan, Assistant Director, WTC Bhubaneswar; Ms. Sanghamitra Jena, Honorary Convener, WTC Bhubaneswar’s Women Forum; Ms. Chaitali Mishra, Honorary Convener, WTC Bhubaneswar’s Women Forum; and Ms. Summon Patra, Partner, Summon Patra & Associates. Photo credits: WTC Bhubaneswar

Pictured from left to right: Ms. Nimeshika Natarajan, Assistant Director, WTC Bhubaneswar; Ms. Sanghamitra Jena, Honorary Convener, WTC Bhubaneswar’s Women Forum; Ms. Chaitali Mishra, Honorary Convener, WTC Bhubaneswar’s Women Forum; Mrs. Jeetamitra Satapathy, Principal, ITI Bhubaneswar; Ms. Rashmita Prasad, Director, Corporate Training; and Mr. Suman Jena, Branch Head, ECGC India Limited.

WTC CHENNAI On March 6, WTC Chennai celebrated International Women’s Day by honoring its female employees. With the theme “Each for Equal,”

suggestions to overcome these challenges. During the event, the conversation circled how WTC Chennai is committed to increase women’s

the event was filled with activities including discussions on gender equality and leadership. There was also a discussion about the challenges women face at work where team members shared their views and

involvement and participation at the workplace and everyday life. The activities of the day showed WTC Chennai’s focus to gender inclusion and empowerment.

Two female employees at WTC Chennai pose using the “Each for Equal” symbol to celebrate International Women’s Day 2020. Photo credit: WTC Chennai


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WTC GOA On March 3, WTC Goa commemorated Goan businesswomen — in the presence of Mr. Md. Lutfor Rahman, Bangladesh Deputy High Commissioner in Mumbai — for their encouragement and guidance to

empower other Goan female entrepreneurs. In total, 64 delegates attended the event. An exhibition showcasing Goan female entrepreneurs in sectors such as pharma and agriculture was also organized for the occasion.

WTC Goa commemorates Goan businesswomen. Photo credit: WTC Goa

WTC MIAMI WTC Miami celebrated its 17th annual International Women’s Day luncheon on March 6, honoring five outstanding women who are making vital contributions to the economy every day. More than 500 professionals attended the annual luncheon, which

drew more than 30 business and media sponsors including the Miami Herald. The 2020 honorees included Audrey Edmonson, Chairwoman, Miami-Dade County Commissioner; Marie Gill, Founder and CEO of M. Gill & Associates; Susan Harper, Consul General of

World Trade Center Miami celebrated International Women’s Day at their annual Awards Luncheon where they honored five women who have made an impact to the international business community. From left to right: the 2020 honorees include Karen Kuhn, Associate Chief Counsel, U.S. Customs and Border Protection; Susan Harper, Consul General of Canada in Miami; Audrey Edmonson, Chairwoman, Miami-Dade County Commissioner; Marie Gill, Founder and CEO, M. Gill & Associates; and Christine Valls, Vice President of Sales of Florida, Latin America, and the Caribbean, American Airlines (not pictured). Photo credit: WTC Miami



WTC MIAMI (CONTINUED) Canada in Miami; Karen Kuhn, Associate Chief Counsel of U.S. Customs and Border Protection; and Christine Valls, Vice President of Sales of Florida, Latin America, and the Caribbean for American Airlines. To date, WTC Miami has recognized 92 powerful women leaders

since 2004. If your WTC is interested in replicating this event and would like to receive sample materials, please send an email to info@worldtrade.org and Charlotte Gallogly, Founding President, WTC Miami, at cg@worldtrade.org.

Charlotte Gallogly, Founding President of World Trade Center Miami, accepts her award on International Women’s Day presented by Ivan Barrios, President and CEO of World Trade Center Miami. Photo credit: WTC Miami

WTC UTAH The Women’s Business Center of Utah and WTC Utah, in partnership with the Emerald Hills Institute, hosted their annual International Women’s Day celebration on March 5. With the theme “What Women Bring to Our Community,” the event highlighted successes and

obstacles Utah women have experienced while growing their businesses both locally and internationally. The event garnered 165 attendees and Ana M. Guevara, Deputy Assistant Secretary for U.S. Field Operations, provided the event’s keynote address.

Ana M. Guevara, Deputy Assistant Secretary for U.S. Field Operations provided the keynote address for WTC Utah’s annual International Women’s Day celebration. Photo credit: Julia Breinholt-Pappas

NOTE: For more information about these events and others that took place for International Women’s Day 2020, please read the “Around the Network” section of this month’s issue.



New Member


Image credit: WTC BDNC

WTC Binh Duong New City

■ Trade Education Services

Name of New WTC: WTC Binh Duong New City

■ Trade Missions

Location: Thu Dau Mot, Binh Duong Province, Vietnam

■ Trade Information Services

Targeted Milestones of this WTC:

Membership Approved: September 24, 2019

■ ETA WTC Binh Duong New City

Proposed Amenities of the WTC Project:

■ ETA Trade Services: by year end 2023

Phase I ■ Business Club ■ Hotel

Phase II ■ Conference Hall ■ Exhibition Hall ■ Office Tower ■ Parking ■ Retail Space

Proposed Trade Services ■ Business Services ■ Conference Facilities ■ Dining/Membership Club ■ Exhibit Facilities ■ Reciprocity Desk ■ Tenant Services


Building 1: 2023

■ ETA WTC Binh Duong New City

Building 2: 2027

Website: http://becamex.com.vn/en/home About WTC Binh Duong New City: World Trade Center Binh Duong New City (WTC BDNC) will serve an important role in furthering an international trade hub in the southern key economic zone of Vietnam. WTC BDNC will provide services as both a venue operator and a professional services provider for targeted clients and customers in the region. Its focus will be to foster the development of international interest in Vietnam as a trade partner and business hub in the South Pacific. Once completed, WTC BDNC will bring over 380,000 square meters of facilities, usable space and amenities to serve needs of the international business community.



Tourab Mohamed Salah, Founder and CEO of DZTenders. Photo credit: DZTenders

Name of the SME member: DZtenders.com Brief description about the SME: Created in Algeria by Tourab Mohamed Salah, DZTenders consists of a team of professionals who are experienced in economic intelligence and monitoring to help businesses access marketplaces in Algeria. Since its inception in 2010, DZTenders has grown into a leading provider of information for national and international tender. Through its website and mobile app, DZTenders offers the most comprehensive source of public sector tenders in Algeria and simplifies business development by alerting its subscribers to the most suitable public sector tender and contract opportunities.

When the SME was founded: 2010 How many employees work for the SME: 18 full-time employees The SME’s most recent accomplishment: DZTenders has organized several workshops across the country, where it WTCA MERIDIANTM • APRIL 2020

offers free advice, or best practices, for small businesses to achieve a successful bidding for a public tender. These workshops were created for new businesses that are not familiar with the concept of a public tender. To assist these new businesses further, DZTenders worked on a pro bono basis for 12 months to help more than 1,500 newly created SMEs and 3,000 architects acquire bidding for public contracts, resulting in an impressive 50% success rate. Additionally, the company has recently expanded and is launching offices in Tunisia and Morocco this year. DZTenders was founded in 2010 by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tourab Mohamed Salah and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Benabdellah Abdel-Aziz.

Any tips for other SMEs: All companies encounter difficulties and obstacles during the launch of their business or products, but the most important thing is to persevere while remaining attentive to the needs of their customers.

Link to the SME’S website: https://www.dztenders.com/ 11

AROUND THE NETWORK WTCA COVID-19 RESOURCES AND UPDATES As the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting communities worldwide, the WTCA is providing the public with a resource page to learn more about how World Trade Centers are providing assistance to their local communities. Learn more here.

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The WTCA extends their warmest congratulations to those World Trade Centers celebrating yet another milestone. April marks the month when you joined our Association. The WTCA is stronger because you are a part of our community, and we wish you all a Happy Anniversary! World Trade Center Sofia World Trade Center Edmonton World Trade Center Fort Lauderdale World Trade Center MontrĂŠal World Trade Center Sofia (AF) World Trade Center Boston World Trade Center Kuala Lumpur World Trade Center Anchorage World Trade Center Delaware World Trade Center Denver World Trade Center Panama World Trade Center Stockholm China World Trade Center (Beijing) World Trade Center Greater Philadelphia World Trade Center Metro Manila World Trade Center Shanghai World Trade Center Shenzhen World Trade Center Monterrey World Trade Center Portland World Trade Center Providence World Trade Center Surabaya World Trade Center Santiago World Trade Center Bremen World Trade Center Nice/Sophia Antipolis World Trade Center Tampa Bay World Trade Center Ankara World Trade Center Mexico City World Trade Center Utrecht World Trade Center Veracruz Montana World Trade Center World Trade Center Ekaterinburg 14

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