A visit to Teknopark Istanbul by the chairmans of Arab associations in Turkey

Jan 13, 2021
Under the leadership of the President of the International Business Forum, Mr. Erol Yerar, the chairmans of Arab associations in Turkey visited Tektopark Istanbul and were briefed on its most important projects

Believing that “Technoparks” centers have a major role in increasing the growth of the technology sector in Turkey, by providing the necessary consulting service for emerging companies in addition to providing a safe work space.

The International Business Forum decided to hold a monthly meeting in which the heads of the member associations will meet in one of the famous technology parks, Where the place will be introduced to them and the most important projects that have been carried out in it or are still under construction, which may create opportunities for joint work and mutual benefit.

On January 13, 2021, the IBF delegation led by its president Mr. Errol Yarar, and in the presence of all Arab association chairmans in Turkey, visited the most important technological park in Turkey; Teknopark Istanbul, which ranks first in Turkey and has a prominent position in the most important technological complexes in Europe,

Where the executive staff of Technopark Istanbul gave a detailed presentation of the five most important projects that are being worked on in the park, and showed the impact of such huge projects on the rapid development of the technological sector in Turkey, and their contribution to attracting foreign investment.

The chairmans of the associations expressed their great admiration for what was presented and an agreement was concluded with the staff providing for facilitating the communication of Arab associations with Technopark Istanbul to obtain all the information they may need about the companies and projects emerging under the park, which may create serious opportunities for investment and joint work.

It is noteworthy that technoparks in Turkey receive significant government support, as there were only two in 2001, until it reached 84 centers distributed in 56 Turkish states by the year 2019, and these technological facilities provide 55 thousand job opportunities in various fields.