WorldCity is a media company largely focused on the impact of export-import trade on the nation’s leading airports, seaports and border crossings.

Founded in 1998, WorldCity produces annual TradeNumbers publications in three formats; syndicates monthly customized trade content to the nation’s airports, seaports and border crossings; offers four types of data subscriptions with downloading capability for up to eight years for more than 200 countries, more than 1,800 export and import commodities, and all of the nation’s airports, seaports and border crossings; distributes customized Trade Talk newsletters and Trade Matters videos; and hosts Trade Trends webinars for specific trade gateways.

All data is from the U.S. Census Bureau.

In addition, WorldCity hosts two invitation-only event series for the South Florida multinational community, the CEO Club and HR Connections.

WorldCity was founded by Ken Roberts. In addition to serving as president of the company, Roberts is a Forbes.com contributor who writes five posts monthly, was a two-term member of the Federal Reserve’s Trade and Transportation Advisory Panel; and was previously a weekly columnist for the Miami Herald on international trade. Roberts and the company’s data have quoted extensively in media outlets both in the United States and around the world.