Mr. Remy Swaab, Executive Director of WTC Panama, sees his business leadership acknowledged with his recent election as Vice Chair of the Board of the WTCA.
PANAMA CITY, PANAMA, June 28, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Mr. Remy Swaab, Executive Director of World Trade Center Panama, sees his dynamic business leadership asserted with his recent election as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the World Trade Centers Association. Mr. Swaab is well experienced in international trade and regulations through his work with other WTC’s.
In ever-changing global environments creating economic growth remains a constant challenge for any business. Remy Swaab, World Trade Center Panama’s Executive Director, has seen his success in that area recognized with the recent announcement of his election as Vice Chair to the Board of Directors of the World Trade Centers Association.
The World Trade Centers Association is a not-for-profit, non-political membership organization dedicated to the establishment and effective governance of World Trade Centers’ (WTC) operations.
The World Trade Centers Association is the only organization with exclusive rights to license its ‘World Trade Center’ and ‘WTC’ brands to real estate developers, businesses, and communities around the world. With more than 320 members in over 90 countries, the Association serves as an ‘international ecosystem’ of global connections, iconic properties, and integrated trade services under the umbrella of a prestigious brand. The WTC brand is a solution for properties around the world.
“Mr. Swaab has been an active and engaged WTC Board Member and Chair of the Digital Steering Committee for several years” commented Mr. Arun Manansingh, the Chief Information Officer from the World Trade Centers Association. “With his depth of knowledge, leadership experience, and work ethic, Mr. Swaab will help guide the Association to accomplish its mission in the coming years.”
According to WTC Panama, Mr. Swaab is certainly a business leader with a global vision and well-developed skill set. He is fluent in Spanish, English, French, and Dutch, with an education that spans from Financing and Banking to Information Technology and Marketing. He has worked with WTC Panama since its founding in 1987, having served in different positions before holding his current position as its Executive Director since 2014.
Mr. Swaab remarked on his new role, “I am honored to have been elected along Mr. John Drew from WTC Boston and Mr. Rolf Draak from WTC Nice, to serve as Officers of the World Trade Centers Association Board of Directors for the next couple of years, shaping the direction of our international association.”
For more information: https://www.wtca.org/news/2017-wtca-board-officers-election.
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