The Maastricht Randwyck business centre is located on the ground and second floors of a modern office building at the heart of the Randwyck-Noord business park, next to the Maastricht Exhibition and Congress Centre. National and international companies working in logistics, automotive, telecommunications healthcare and life sciences are based nearby. The city is also known for its shared service and call centres, top-end retail and production, service and creative industries. ICT and finance have been highlighted in the economic plans as areas for future growth. Maastrict offers a particularly inspiring and entrepreneurial environment for businesses seeking to expand in the enormous Meuse-Rhine Euregion. Since the Maastricht treaty the city has been known as the birthplace of the European Union and the single European currency. Thanks to its unique location on the border between the Latin and Germanic languages and cultures of Europe this is an open, innovative, high-energy and multi-lingual city in Europe's most international region.