SASKATOON, SK – The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) and the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)TM, owner and producer of CES® continue to develop groundbreaking global business relationships with an official Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the World Trade Center Las Vegas (WTC Las Vegas) and the World Trade Center Saskatoon. The agreement, signed during a ceremony at the 2018 World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) Annual Member Seminar in New York City marks the first of its kind between WTC Las Vegas and a Canadian-based WTC entity.
Through the agreement, Las Vegas and Saskatoon will co-market under the World Trade Center brand creating access to key trade information, market research, and facilitate business trade opportunities around the world.
The WTCA encourages mutual assistance and cooperation among its members. “WTC Las Vegas recognizes and appreciates the tremendous value of developing strategic and meaningful partnerships with our WTC partners across the globe,” said Chris Meyer, WTC Las Vegas Executive Director and LVCVA Vice President of Sales. “In our experience with the WTCA, we have celebrated incredible successes as a result of MOU partnerships and are confident this new venture with WTC Saskatoon will result in a number of monumental wins for both destinations.”
“We look forward to working together with World Trade Center Las Vegas in mutually promoting each other’s world trade center facilities”, said John Williams, President of CANWEST CLC Corporation and champion of WTC Saskatoon. “This MOU between our World Trade Centers is a next step in strengthening our economic ties.”
Partners affiliated with WTC Saskatoon are committed to developing innovative initiatives and programming that will enhance business relationships between Las Vegas and Saskatoon, with John Williams sentiments supported by WTC Saskatoon partners Saskatoon Prairieland Park Corporation.
WTC Saskatoon is now aligned with WTC Las Vegas in its efforts to promote the importance of business travel and trade opportunities and will continue to look for opportunities to share information beneficial to both locations.
For more information contact:
Donald J Atchison
Business Consultant – World Trade Center Saskatoon
Marketing Manager – Prairieland Park