The union of Chambers and stock exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) and American business (AmCham Turkey) will provide local businesses with mentoring services to enable these companies to have chance perform e-trade companies with United States.
The “e-Commerce Mentoring Program” will benefit small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), said TOBB in a statement on Tuesday.
The companies that will be selected among the candidates will be matched with mentors. Market analysis will be carried out out with companies, allowing them to carry out e-exports to the United States market.
According to the project potential companies in priority sectors will be determined. Strategic planning, advice and business development support will be given to these companies so that they can mature their e-export processes.
Companies wishing to export to the United States in sectors such as furniture, textiles, ready-to-wear, the garment and machinery sub-industries will have the opportunity to review their current cross-border e-commerce processes, increase their business volumes and expedite their processes once mentorship requests are approved.
The Turkish mall created by TOBB in chicago goes also play a active role in expand presence of local businesses in United States market.
TOBB President Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu, whose views were included in the official statement, said they continue to provide active support to contractors for new trade Opportunities.
Emphasizing that they want increase turkey share in global foreign tradeHisarcıklıoğlu said: “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 improve our businesses access to the markets. »
“Our goal is to bring our entrepreneurs to a higher league by allowing them to touch a public wider directly and benefit from the advantages of e-export,” he said.
Representing more more than 110 American companies with investments of more more than 50 billion dollars in Turkey, AmCham Turkey Chairman Tankut Turnaoğlu said they hoped to bring together SMEs wishing to enter the United States. market with their members.
“As an association, one of our priorities is to enable Turkish companies to participate more in the global value chain. So we carry out the “e-Commerce Mentorship Program” in Cooperation with TOBB and with the support of our UPS member,” Turnaoğlu said.
Burak Kilic, General Manager of UPS Turkey postal service, for his part, said that the global Electronic export volume is expected to reach $2.4 trillion by 2025.
“The digital transformation we live in export and trade accelerated with this expectation. Companies in Turkey can also to be involved in this metamorphosis. This program will open new doors for participants in terms of e-export.