To create and nurture long-term U.S.-Turkish small, medium and large-sized business partnerships through market-focused public and private sector engagements that have a positively impact the on American-Turkish relationship.
Is Turkey on the radar screen of your U.S. business?
Turkey’s strong economic growth, infrastructure build out, growing import market and positive brand appeal of “Made in the USA” products, services and technology have made this country a $10 billion market for American exporters, with 40% year on year growth in U.S. exports from 2009-2010 and a strong sales year predicted for 2011. Major U.S. firms such as Boeing, Chevron, Cummins, General Electric and Sikorsky are among over 1,000 small, medium and large U.S. firms with offices in Turkey. In 2010, the U.S. Department of Commerce designated Turkey as one of only a handful of priority markets under President Obama’s National Export Initiative. The U.S. Commercial Service in Turkey, with offices in Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir and its liaison relationship with the U.S. Consulate in Adana can help your American exporting firm get to market faster and more quickly , and position your company for long-term success. Our multilingual American and Turkish business development professionals have identified key industry sectors where market demand is strong for U.S goods and services. The U.S Mission in Turkey, led by Ambassador Francis J. Ricciardone is committed to supporting American business in Turkey through active commercial diplomacy project advocacy and B2B matchmaking of capabilities and needs in a wide range of commercial sectors. Put the worldwide resources of the U.S Commercial Service in Turkey to work for your U.S business and build long-term, profitable relationships in this strategic market.
Senior Commercial Officer Michael Lally's Welcome Message (Length of the video: 6:20)
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Consul General Scott Kilner's Farewell Luncheon with TAIK, ABFT and TABA (Haluk Dincer, Chairman of DEIK, Serra Akcaoglu, Chairwoman of ABFT, Scott Kilner,Ekim Alptekin, Chairman of TABA)
Consul General Scott Kilner attended a farewell luncheon co-hosted by TAIK, ABFT and TABA. During the luncheon Consul General Kilner gave remarks to the Chairs and Select Board Members of Turkish-American Business Council (TAIK), American Business Forum in Turkey (ABFT) and Turkish American Business Association (TABA).