Turkish companies are optimistic for their SEE market
by Liudmil Vassev
During the traditional WIN – World of Industry Fair 2005, Istanbul, Turkey, SEEIM journalists realized a brief inquiry among some of the more interesting participants in the field of automation, electronics and electric equipment, chemical industry and machine building.
The bigger part of the participating companies were presented by employees working in the marketing and sales departments (over 77%) and occupying high or middle level management positions which is explained by the trade character of this event and the aspiration for establishing of new contacts and partnerships.
The participants declared that for them any information related to the status of SEE region market, the market trends data and of course the contact data of customers and other companies involved in their business is essential.
Being asked “Do you intend to establish trade relations with companies form SEE region?” any of the inquired answered positive and asked a lot of questions for the specific market conditions, which is a good evidence for their serious intentions for developing business in the countries form this part of Europe – SEE.
It was nice to find out that the Turkish companies except to the traditional and proven for them markets like Middle East, Asia, more or less South Africa and Western Europe, pay more and more attention to SEE region as important and potential part of the future United European market. Furthermore, over 30% of the inquired Turkish companies already have established trade structures in some countries from SEE.
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