Turkish Informatics Starts At Cebit 2011
The Istanbul Chamber of Commerce (ITO) is aiming to introduce Turkish informatics to the world through CeBIT 2011’s Partner Country Turkey Organization.
And Turkish Airlines is going to lend support to the effort as ‘Partner Airline’. Turkey will participate nationally with ‘Partner Country’ status in CeBIT 2011, which is being held in the German city of Hanover March 1-5. Occupy a stand area of more than 4,500 square meters in five different halls, Turkish firms in the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce will take part under three main rubrics: CeBIT Pro, CeBIT Lab and CeBIT Gov.
Those who follow the fair draw attention to the fact that fair organizers Deutsche Messe AG and BITKOM have worked closely with Turkish firms and companies for many years. A Turkish-German Data and Communications Technologies Summit is also going to be held as part of CeBIT, with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, expected to be present at the opening on March 1st. Leading German and Turkish firms as well as governmental agencies will share success stories in the field of informatics and brief each other on the subject of regional investment support at the summit.