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South African Junior Professors in BUTGEM

  • BUTGEM - Bursa Ticaret ve Sanayi Odası Eğitim Vakfı
  • BUTGEM - Bursa Ticaret ve Sanayi Odası Eğitim Vakfı
  • BUTGEM - Bursa Ticaret ve Sanayi Odası Eğitim Vakfı
  • BUTGEM - Bursa Ticaret ve Sanayi Odası Eğitim Vakfı
20.Ocak.2017

Ibrahim Burkay, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Bursa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BTSO), met with Pule Malefane, Ambassador of Ankara to South Africa. "We want to benefit from BTSO's experience in vocational training," said Ambassador Malfane, who said in March that he would see vocational training at a South African group of genetic BUTGEM.

BTSO Chairman Ibrahim Burkay, South African Ambassador Pule Malefane and accompanying delegation hosted in Bursa. Abraham Burkay said that Turkey has a favorable investment environment with its developed infrastructure of Bursa, dynamic entrepreneurs and high quality of business. Bursa, which exports more than 112 countries in the world, expressed that it is one of the brand cities of Turkey with its experience and established production park in the field of industry, President Bursa stated that BCCIs continued to carry out studies that increase the exports of Bursa companies and strengthen their
competitiveness.

SOUTH AFRICAN YOUTH TO SEE TRAINING AT 3 MONTH BUTGEM

BTSO President Burkay, Bursa exporting more than 180 countries for the African market, said that has a separate importance. BTSO Commercial Safari Project and Global Fair Agency Project, Bursal Companies bringing together with many South African companies, noted President Burkay, mutual trade delegation organizations should continue to strengthen commercial relations, he said. Stating that they are taking steps to cooperate with South Africa in the field of vocational training, President Burkay added that they will organize a 3-month training program in software expertise, automation systems and fashion design areas at BUTGEM for approximately 50 South African courses in March.

"I look for INVESTOR to leave the track"

South Africa's Ambassador Pule Malefane said the trade volume between Turkey and South Africa has dropped from $ 1.4 billion to $ 800 million in the last two years. Stating that trade between the two countries should be increased again, Ambassador Manfrey invited Turkish companies to invest. "We are looking for investors who left traces in South Africa," said Manfrey, South African and Bursal investors who wanted to bring them around the 'country table' to be established.

"BTSO wants to benefit from his experience"
In the development of relations between South Africa and Turkey, BFSO stated that they see an important bridge, and stated that they want to benefit from Bursa's professional and technical education experience. Following a goodwill protocol signed with the BTSO in November 2016, Ambassador Manfrey stated that a group of South African students will receive vocational training at BUTGEM in March and stated that "Our South African young people benefit from the vocational training potential of Bursa, We aim to ".

125 BRIDGE COMPANIES WITH TRADE IN SOUTH AFRICA
Following the visit, Ambassador Manfrey and his delegation met with representatives of the Bursa business community at the 'South Africa Trade and Investment Opportunities' meeting held in BTSO Service Building. BTSO Board Member İlker Duran, who performed the opening speech of the program, stated that they performed business trips to the South African market which is the shining star of Africa as BCCO. Duran stated that 125 companies in Bursa, which is Turkey's gateway to the world, export to the Republic of South Africa. Duran added that they are planning to carry out a business trip to South Africa in 2017 with the sector representatives under the Chemical Ur-Ge Project.

South African Junior Professors in BUTGEM
South African Junior Professors in BUTGEM
South African Junior Professors in BUTGEM
South African Junior Professors in BUTGEM