In order to maximize business opportunities, services providers typically join single-profession networks to meet their needs. WSG is a step ahead of such associations. Membership to the World Services Group offers various benefits:
WSG members are selected based on strict objective standards established by the Board of Directors. To be considered for membership, each company must fulfill all of the following criteria.
- Be among the leading state, national, or international businesses in their areas of expertise.
- Have the highest professional reputation within their professional community.
- Considered to have leading capacity and knowledge in their profession in their region.
Membership to WSG is limited to one representative company/firm of a service industry per jurisdiction. Representation can be Local, National, Regional or Global.
A local service provider is one that represents the jurisdiction where its main office(s) is located.
A national service provider is one that has considerable operations nationally and therefore has the capacity to represent a service industry nationally in jurisdictions that are divided i.e. United States is divided by states and Canada is divided into provinces.
A regional service provider is one that has operations in specific regions and therefore has the capacity to represent a service industry regionally i.e. the European Region.
A global service provider is one that has substantial operations worldwide therefore having the capacity to provide services for every WSG member in any location.