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Explore Turkey’s business potential

Meet a delegation from Turkey to learn about a country of opportunity. Events The speech will be delivered in French and in English.

Registration deadline: November 25, 2019

About the Turkish delegation visit

Turkey is one of Europe’s strongest economic power. Its strategic geographical location straddling two continents can provide access to markets in Europe and Asia through partnerships with Turkish companies that have already entered them.

On November 28, meet a Turkish business delegation of businesspeople and industry representatives. Spend the day attending presentations and networking to learn about Turkey’s current situation and get information on the country’s business culture, legal and fiscal framework and potential business sectors.

Preliminary program

In order to promote exchanges, a meeting opportunity will be organized between Quebec companies and businesspeople from Turkey.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

A unique opportunity to:

  • Identify relevant business opportunities for your company;
  • Benefit from the advice of experts and companies operating in the country;
  • Take advantage of exclusive meetings with the Turkish delegation.

List of members of the delegation

To register, please contact Nicolas Garo (wtcmontreal@ccmm.ca) and explain why you want to participate. Your registration must then be approved by the Turkish Exporters Assembly by November 25.

Who should participate in this seminar?

Any company looking to develop its business in Turkey or to learn more about this market.

This is particularly aimed at companies in the following industries:

  • Agriculture and agri-food
  • Decorative light fixtures
  • Biotech and pharmaceuticals
  • Wood and other forest products
  • Packaging (corrugated cardboard)
  • Raw materials and metals (iron, steel, aluminum)
  • Furniture and accessories
  • Textiles
  • Transportation
  • Vehicles, parts and accessories
  • Clothing and accessories (women’s, leather)

The Turkish market

Turkey’s 2023 objective forpromising sectors

By 2023, Turkey aims to achieve a set of objectives by focusing on the economy, tourism, energy, foreign policy, transportation and health.
Objectives and stats:

Key facts on Turkey and Canada

Turkey is the sixth-largest user of the Port of Montreal. Two-way merchandise trade between Canada and Turkey totals over CAD 3 billion, making Turkey Canada’s 24th-largest trading partner. In 2018, Canadian exports to Turkey amounted to CAD 1.327 million.

In June 2019, Canada and Turkey signed a memorandum of understanding to increase investment opportunities between the two nations. As part of this partnership, the committee will hold its first meeting in Istanbul in November 2019.

To register, please contact Nicolas Garo (wtcmontreal@ccmm.ca) and explain why you want to participate. Your registration must then be approved by the Turkish Exporters Assembly by November 25.

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Contact et informations

By phone:

514 871-4001

For more information:

Nicolas Garo
Advisor, International Market Development
514 871-4002 #6220
wtcmontreal@ccmm.ca

No reservations, cancellations or refunds after the registration deadline. Participant substitutions are accepted at no extra charge until the event is held. Please note that only substitution notices sent by email at reservations@ccmm.ca will be accepted.

Location

Plaza Centre-Ville (édifice EVO)

777 Robert-Bourassa Boulevard
Montréal, QC
H3C 3Z7

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Acclr International Trade Services’ activities receive financial support from Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions.

 
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