Aiming to grow globally, 38 Turkish women entrepreneurs completed the Academy for Women (AWE), which was organized for the first time in Türkiye in cooperation with TİM-TEB Enterprise House and the U.S. Embassy. Turkish women entrepreneurs who completed their training received their awards from U.S. Consul General in Istanbul Daria Darnell, TİM Chairman İsmail Gülle, and TEB General Manager Ümit Leblebici.
TİM Chairman İsmail Gülle, “We continue our efforts to brand our country at the point of sustainability with the goal of “Sustainable Türkiye in All Areas”. As a result of our work, we will raise Türkiye with export by both a sustainable development model and will make it the number one choice of everyone who values the environment.”
TİM Chairman İsmail Gülle: Türkiye's proactive diplomacy will reflect positively on exports
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) has been continuing its “TIM Export Talks” online panels with ambassadors since 2020 intending to chart the direction of trade during and after the pandemic process. The first “TİM Export Talks” panel of 2022 was organized under the title “What Opportunities Are There in Russia?” Turkish Ambassador to Moscow Mehmet Samsar and TİM Chairman İsmail Gülle attended the panel.
“Northern Macedonia is a rising value in its region. As an export family, we must increase our effectiveness in North Macedonia.”
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM), the only umbrella organization of more than 100,000 exporters, carried out the “SME Export Mobilization North Macedonia” training program at the Istanbul Foreign Trade Complex. Oğuzhan Berber, Chief Commercial Advisor of North Macedonia, and Hayri Yorulmaz, President of ÖNSİAD, attended the opening of the “SME Export Mobilization North Macedonia” training program, which was physically carried out, hosted by TİM Chairman İsmail Gülle.
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM), the only umbrella organization of more than 100,000 exporters with 61 exporters and 27 sectors, organized the second “TİM Climate Talks” program moderated by İstanbul Topkapi University Rector Prof. Dr. Emre Alkin and hosted by the UK Ambassador to Türkiye Sir Dominick Chilcott. The program, which took place through digital platforms, provided access to 15,000 people.
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) announced the export figures for March 2022. Turkish exporters closed March with new records as they did in the first 2 months of the year. According to the data released, Türkiye's export in March increased by 19.8 percent compared to the same month last year, reaching $22.7 billion. With these figures, Türkiye achieved the highest first-quarter performance and the highest monthly export figure in its history.
İsmail Gülle, chairman of Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM), the only umbrella organization of more than 100,000 exporters, commented on Türkiye's export performance, which has gained momentum in recent years. TİM Chairman İsmail Gülle said, “At the end of each month, we gave the good news to Türkiye. Despite many negative news and indicators around the world, the export family has set a monthly export record in 16 of the last 18 months. We reached the highest records of the history of the republic in 25 of 27 sectors. We are on every side of Türkiye. We are in every city, also we are going to events in every city. We are on the field. We are visiting the factories. We take the pulse of all our sectors. Hopefully, we will continue to give good news to our country in the coming months.”
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM), the only umbrella organization of more than 100,000 exporters, met with regional exporters at the TİM Denizli Assembly meeting to assess the dynamics of the regional economy and increase its share in export. After the TİM Denizli Assembly program, awards were presented to the successful companies that exported the most in their sectors.
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) continues its efforts to brand the country on sustainability in line with the goal of “Sustainable Türkiye in All Areas”. For this purpose, Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) shared the details of its “Sustainability Action Plan in Agriculture and Livestock Sectors” with the public to accelerate the transformation in the agriculture and livestock sectors.