Published On: Fri, Mar 22nd, 2019

7th Turkish-German Economic Day organized by ATIAD to be held in Düsseldorf on May 4th, 2019

ATIAD is an important association especially for the Turkish business community in Germany, says Aziz Sarıyar, The Chairman of ATIAD. European Turkish Businessmen and Industrialists Association (ATIAD – www.atiad.org ) was established in 1992 under the leadership of Onur Öymen, the ambassador of Bonn for that year, to bring together Turkish business people in Germany. Food, textile and tourism companies were more prominent for those years.

The rapid rise of Turkish entrepreneurship in Germany in 2000s led to the need to implement projects for Turkish entrepreneurs who wanted to establish a business in Germany. Projects such as Turkish-German Economic Day, seminars, information meetings, consultancy and networking were focused on.

The 7th Turkish-German Economic Day (Türk Alman Ekonomi Günü-TAEG), will be held at the Düsseldorf Congress Center on May 4, 2019. It is an effective platform that brings together Turkish-German business world.

TAEG, is a very accurate platform for those who want to invest in Germany and in Turkey. Businessmen, operating in different sectors in Turkey, get the chance to meet the investors. Many investors have found new investment opportunities. In recent years there has been an increase in investments in Germany, especially in the construction sector. In addition, the automotive supply industry and of course, the food sectors are the preferred sectors.

One of our speakers in 2019 is going to be Armin Laschet, the State Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia. Also, Ruhsar Pekcan (Turkey’s Trade Minister) and Berat Albayrak (Turkey’s Treasury and Finance) are invited. Their participation will give the Turkish-German business world the opportunity to look at the future, from a new perspective.

It is an event that is ideal for entrepreneurs, where they can make networking, can benefit from information, chat with inspiring experts or leaders of their sectors.

During the day, 700-800 people are expected to follow the event. New horizons, interactive forums that deal with the current issues of the world of economics, promotional activities of the companies and exhibits are the prominent elements of the event.

There is a growing demand for company takeover or to start a company. Those companies that cannot be transferred to the next generation in Germany face closing. For Turkish business world this can be a new opportunity for a new market.





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