Mentorship Program helps Turkish businesses trade with U.S.

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According to reports The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey and the American business association are setting up a mentorship program for Turkish businesses who wish to trade with the U.S.

As TOBB, we are working to increase the participation of our SMEs, which are an indispensable element of economic development, in the global value chain and to improve our companies’ access to markets.

– Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu, Chairperson, TOBB

In a tweet, the TOBB announced they would be working with AmCham Turkey to give SMEs in the country the chance to reach the U.S. market through mentoring to selected companies from the furniture, textile, ready-made clothing, machinery sub-industry sectors. Companies who wish to apply need to do so through the link before the 28th of February.

UPS will also be supporting this endeavor and enphasise the influence that the program can have on the growth of e-export. This mentorship program aims to increase Turkey’s participation in global foreign trade and help give Turkish businesses better access to global markets.

The digital transformation we experience in exports and trade has accelerated in a dizzying way with this expectation. Businesses in Turkey can also be involved in this transformation. This program will open new doors to the participants in terms of e-export.

– Burak Kilic, General Manager of UPS Turkey


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