A Foreign Trade Intelligence Center was Established in ASO with the Support of the Agency
ASO President Nurettin Özdebir, Ankara Development Agency General Secretary Dr. Cahit Çelik and some industrialists attended. The Foreign Trade Intelligence Center, which was established within the framework of a project carried out by the Development Agency in order to eliminate the knowledge and intelligence deficiencies of the industrialists of Ankara in operating in the international arena, started to serve the industrialists of Ankara with 4 experts.
In the ASO Foreign Trade Intelligence Center, which was implemented within the framework of a project carried out by the Ankara Development Agency, reports will be prepared to increase the foreign trade activities of the companies and to help them achieve a sustainable export structure.
ASO President Nurettin Özdebir invited all industrialists to benefit from this center, which will serve with symbolic fees, and that ASO has made a significant contribution to achieving its goals with this center.
Ankara Development Agency General Secretary Dr. Cahit Çelik stated that with this project, they established intelligence centers in some chambers and OIZs in Ankara. Expressing that the experts who will work at the center have undergone a highly qualified training program, Çelik emphasized that these staff members will make a significant contribution to Ankara's exports.
Applications to foreign trade intelligence centers are received online and are accepted through the https://www.ankaradisticaret.org/ portal. Foreign trade intelligence specialists are presented to the company's information by uploading the reports they prepare with the help of the intelligence software to the portal. Under the coordination of the Agency Investment Support Office, foreign trade mentoring program and rural areas foreign trade mentoring program are also implemented in order to increase the foreign trade capacity of the companies in Ankara, by making an announcement and receiving applications every year. The coordination of foreign trade intelligence centers will be carried out by the Agency, and activities will continue to be carried out in 5 centers.