Visitors will enjoy the vibrant character of the complex, which blends business, government, learning, networking, hospitality and the bridging of cultures. Quality restaurants, cafés, hotels and other conveniences will adjoin a spacious, lively central public piazza.
Contemporary art and fixtures, natural greenery and abundant open space will contribute to the centre’s unique appeal. Access to plenty of on-site facilities and services as well as an international mix of people and skills will ensure that a working day in the centre is both inspiring and productive.
The centre will ultimately include 5 industry specific office and training parks, exhibition and conferencing facilities, 2 hotels, multiple low rise office towers and a host of restaurants, cafés and business services.
The conference and hospitality areas would be a hub of activity for trade exhibitions, summits, diplomatic and cultural events.
Facilities will include a central reception hall manned by professional staff, on-site information and communication (ICT) facilities, banking, legal, translation, recruitment and postal services and multiple African governmental branches. Amongst the array of other services offered within the centre will be: childcare, physiotherapist, dentist, optometrist, gym, banking, travel agencies, employment agencies and hairstylists.
The primary goal of the International Trade and Development City is to bring businesses, governments, NGO’s, agencies, technologies and skills together and provide them with the environment and services they need to be successful.
The initial drawings, plans and feasibility studies for these future developments have been made possible with the following leading organizations within the industry.