Technopark ties up with Brigade group for second WTC in Kerala

KOCHI: Technopark has signed an MoU with The Brigade group to set up a world trade centre.

Technopark has allotted 12 acres of land to Brigade group to build the world trade centre at Technocity. The total development will be 2.5 million square feet and the project will generate employment for 15,000 people.

Brigade group holds the world trade centre (WTC) licenses for all the major cities in south India namely Bengaluru, Kochi, Chennai Thiruvananthapuram and Hyderabad. WTC Bengaluru and WTC Kochi are already operational while WTC Chennai will be launched by the end of the year.

Signing the MoU Technopark CEO Hrishikesh Nair said, “This will be the second WTC in Kerala after the one in Infopark in Kochi recently. Technocity is already developing into a great hub of emerging technologies with many of the world’s leading organizations setting up their centers of innovation here.”

M.R.Jaishankar, CMD Brigade Enterprises limited said “ The integration of the allied facilities like hotel, service apartments, entertainment etc makes technocity a vibrant place to work and live. WTC Thiruvananthapuram will promote the economic region as a global region for international business and investment by complementing the effort of the Kerala government, local chambers and associations and help them to traverse the global stage.

The. MoU was signed by Hrishikesh Nair and M.R.Jaishankar in the presence of chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan.


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