World Trade Centre, Mumbai. The Mumbai World Trade Centre at Cuffe Parade was built in 1970. It consists of two towers, the M Visvesaraya Industrial Research and Development Centre (MVIRDC) and IDBI. MVIRDC is knowby name called Centre 1.
WORLD TRADE CENTER MUMBAI, a pioneer WTC in India, epitomizes the vision of Bharat Ratna Dr. M. Visvesvaraya to build a dedicated trade centre in Mumbai, the commercial capital of India, with a view to promote India’s international trade. Research and International Trade Promotion are our core functions. As a leading Trade Promotion Organization, WTC Mumbai is actively involved in world trade development. The WTC Mumbai actively networks with government, business/corporate sectors, and academia for promoting inclusive growth of the region. The WTC Mumbai is also considered as a role model for other WTCs in India, and the WTC Mumbai has also taken the initiative to establish WTCs in other prominent states in the country.
The WTC Mumbai is set up as a not-for-profit organization, was established in 1970 as a Public Private Partnership, and is a single point of reference for all business solutions.