The 4th Businessmen's Meeting, held under the leadership of the Right Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association (HAKSIAD) in Kızılcahamam, Ankara, from September 21-24, concluded with a press statement issued by Selahaddin Güneş, HAKSIAD Deputy General.
The annual event brought together industrialists, entrepreneurs, businessmen, and investors from various regions of Turkey and around the world. It featured a diverse program, including speeches, presentations, sector meetings, and company introductions, with a focus on key topics such as "Foreign Trade Export Import," "E-Commerce," "Crisis Management," and "Trade, Blessing and Justice."
The final day of the program saw meetings among HAKSIAD Provincial Presidents and the Board of Directors, culminating in a press statement delivered by Selahaddin Güneş, the Deputy General of the organization.
During his address, Güneş highlighted the significance of the meeting, saying: "As Right Industrialists and Businessmen, a consultation meeting was held with the participation of 8 branch presidents and 19 branch representatives and our members and 400 local and foreign businessmen in our member meetings, which we organized for the fourth time in Kızılcahamam, Ankara."
Güneş elaborated on the outcomes of the meeting, emphasizing the importance of import and export amid ongoing global challenges. He stressed the need for the government to utilize all available tools to support international trade. Furthermore, he noted that in an increasingly globalized world, businesses should prioritize research and innovation to adapt to evolving conditions.
Regarding e-commerce, Güneş underlined significant and permanent developments in the sector, predicting its rapid expansion in the near future. He also highlighted the positive impact of product exhibitions by manufacturing companies, invigorating the participants' horizons and productivity.
The program featured sectoral meetings aimed at addressing industry-specific challenges and fostering collaboration among sectors. Attendees agreed on the importance of sectors coming together to support and assist one another.
Concluding his remarks, Güneş commented on the global economic challenges facing Türkiye, including the impact of the Russia-Ukraine War and economic uncertainties in neighboring countries. He noted the fluctuations in energy, fuel prices, and exchange rates, all of which have created challenges for various sectors, particularly producers.
Güneş expressed hope that the 4th Businessmen's Meeting would have a positive impact, not only in Turkey but also globally. He extended gratitude to sector representatives and guests for their participation in the event.
The meeting provided a platform for industry leaders to discuss pressing issues, share insights, and explore solutions to navigate the complex landscape of global trade and economics. (ILKHA)
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