Organized by Electrical and Electronics Exporters’ Association since 2012, TET (Turkish Electro Technology) Proje Pazarı Event brings together the innovative project applicants, within the area of Electrical, Electronics and Informatics, with a jury consists of almost 60 specialists in the Startup Ecosystem containing academicians, industrialists, exporters and investors. The main purpose of the Event is to contribute to the cooperation between the universities and the industry by acting as a bridge between project owners and other members of the ecosystem.
The goal is to instil the idea of Lean Thinking, to implement training, consultancy and problem solving approaches for the establishment, sustainment, training and integration to the current operations structure of Lean Production Systems, and to provide improvement services for the 10 member companies wishing to take advantage of the consultancy support under the TURKHAS Project
In line with the "Communication on the Support for the Improvement of International Competitiveness" no 2010/8, Electrical and Electronics Exporters' Association organised a training session on "State Incentives Implemented in Exports" which is among the topics highlighted on the Need Analysis Report under the project "TURKHAS (Domestic Appliances Sub-industry) Team (15.URGE.064)" and which was attended by 9 representatives from 9 companies, on 10 May 2017.
“Business Intelligence” training was organized for TURKHAS Team which is the prominent subject in the “Needs Assessment Report”. The training took place on 2 full days between July 14 and 15, 2016 with 21 participants from 18 companies.
By the demand of Turkish Household Appliances Suppliers Team (TURKHAS) members, a 2 day Project Management training has been organized in foreign trade complex between 4-5 November 2013 by 9 authorities who are mostly involved in project engineering, r&d engineering and quality control executives from 6 companies.
“Pricing Strategies in Export” training has been organized in 5 June 2013 with the attendance of 17 people from 15 companies.
USA is the target market for Turkish Household Appliances Suppliers Team (TURKHAS). URGE members has attended to the 2 day training which was arranged by the Boğaziçi and Rutgers University to know more about American business culture and process.
It was organized in Foreign Trade Complex with the attendance of 13 people from 12 different companies between 13-14 December 2012.
Turkish Household Appliances Suppliers Team (TURKHAS) Project, in other words, Development Project for International Competition is a practice that has been brought over to our Association under the leadership of the IMMIB and it is a project that covers works with regards to increasing of competitiveness abroad in groups as being based on conglomeration.