Megan Gell
Sep 3, 2018

World Trade Center Metro Manila is certified by UFI

WTCMM is the first and only exhibition venue in the Philippines that is recognised by UFI.

World Trade Center Metro Manila is certified by UFI

WTCMM has just announced it is the first and only exhibition venue in the Philippines that is recognised by, and is now a member of, the Union des Foires Internationales (UFI), the global association of the exhibition industry. 

The venue is also a proud member of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) of New York, and is the only exhibition venue in the Philippines that is managed by an ISO-certified company.

Offering 11,300 sqm of contiguous indoor space and 8,200 sqm outdoor space, WTCMM regularly hosts both domestic and international events including Glasstech Asia and the bi-annual Asian Defense, Security and Crisis Management Exhibition and Conference by Singaporean organisers, and ASEAN Food Market Place by Comexposium of France.

It is also experienced in high-security events including hosting the National Women’s Summit, at which Hillary Clinton was guest of honour; and has served as the international media centre for both the APEC Summit in 2015 and the ASEAN Summit in 2017.

Source:
CEI

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