World Turkish Business Council (DTİK), organised a congress in Zurich with new decisions upon forming a new organisation in the UK.
Establishing a fruitful congress, DTİK’s President Nail Olmpak, executive president Rona Yırcalı and DEİK/DTİK Europe President Suat Şahin attended the event. Accommodating many Europe representatives, the event also welcomed Fatih Metin, the Economy Minister executive president.
The final decisions formed an understanding of enhancing the organisation in the future.
UK’S DTİK/DEIK representative Uğur Yılmaz stated that UK stands for being a strong ally for the organisation, Mr Yılmaz invited the businesspeople to contribute and join as the enterprise shall be enhancing the local trade markets and networks.
Ones who would like to take place in this organisation can call Mr Erdal Koyuncu, DEİK/DTİK’s Europe Political Relations and Diaspora representative on Erdal@regalisgroup.co.uk, by sending their CVs disclosed.
Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey (DEIK) is responsible for leading foreign economic relations of Turkish private sector in a myriad of sectors particularly foreign trade, international investment and services, international construction activities and logistics, exploring inward and outward investment opportunities as well as increasing the export volume of Turkish business and coordinating similar business development activities.
DEİK was established with this objective in 1986 and adopted a new structure with the Law No. 6552 enacted on 11 September 2014, being further empowered and assuming full responsibility of “managing the foreign economic relations of the Turkish private sector”. As of July 2016, DEİK has 103 founding institutions and 134 Business Councils, and approximately 1000 member companies which form these councils, as well as 2.000 representatives from the member companies.
DEİK’s vision implies that Turkey is a country, which can shape economic and political developments regionally or globally in strong cooperation with its public and private sectors and civil society; which has sustained macroeconomic stability; which is globally competitive with leading entrepreneurs and brands; which is capable of generating high technology and innovations; which has a significant share in world trade; which is an important global investment, financial and R&D center, exhibiting high standards in all fields.