The World Trade Center Washington, DC (WTCDC) hosts a wide variety of events each year including trade programs such as international delegations, policy forums and business briefings and cultural events including national day celebrations, embassy showcases, and performances and exhibits.
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Our team can help create events that connect nations and cultures, foster international dialogue, generate business opportunities and raise awareness about the economic benefits that can be realized through trade. We have the ability to increase visibility and drive attendance for your next event.
The Winternational Embassy Showcase is an exciting celebration of the cultural and culinary traditions of Washington’s diplomatic community. The festival features a bustling global marketplace with more than fifty embassies from around the world promoting their countries through vibrant and interactive displays of visual art, food, handcrafts as well as travel and tourism. Learn more about our signature event.
Hanami After Dark raised money for disaster relief in Japan by showcasing a Maguro-Kaitai ceremony, the traditional ritual of breaking down an entire 150-pound tuna for sushi. Master sushi chef Toru Oga of Oga’s Japanese Cuisine in Boston performed the rite, which involves custom-designed knives carefully carving the fish so no part is wasted.
The Embassy of Barbados handing out their signature cocktail to guest judge, Ashley Rose Young during Events DC’s 11thAnnual Embassy Chef Challenge. This unique event brings together embassy chefs from all over the world under one roof to showcase their culinary talents to the public.
Representatives from each European-American Chamber of Commerce pose with the flags of their country.
Representatives from participating embassies posing at Culturfied’s International Children’s Festival. Designed to help children stretch their minds and imagination, this event transforms school children into “Global Explorers” for a day.
RRBITC came alive with music, dance and ceremony in celebration of the 54th anniversary of Africa Day.
Students pose with their embassy representatives at RRBITC during the 42nd Annual Mini United Nations. This event brings over 500 DCPS students from all eight wards of DC to debate and draft resolutions relating to climate change and natural disaster relief.
From galas, receptions and weddings to meetings, conferences and everything in between, our building plays host to a wide array of spectacular events. Take a look at some of our recent events and see how our experienced staff pulls together every detail to ensure each one is impactful.