Turkey

Since 2009, the aim of the country forum has been to exchange information on the market situation and experiences in Turkey. Over the course of years, this enabled contacts to multipliers such as embassies, chambers of commerce, mayors, waterworks and funding institutions. Above all, ministries could be expanded and joint projects with municipalities and universities were initiated.

It is important to the active members of the country forum to build up a network amongst each other in order to guarantee a constant and uniform supply of information.

Quote Sener Polat (Deputy):
“As a large country with a very young population, Turkey offers great opportunities, especially for innovative companies. Especially in the water market, there is still huge potential. We are ready.”

News & Information

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