RUMELISIAD, which continues its activities with the vision of being the voice of entrepreneurs of Rumelian origin in Turkey and the Balkans and introducing them to the world, has established a business partnership with the Rumelian Executives and Businessmen Association (RUYİAD), which is now located in Istanbul, after the cooperation it established with the Eskişehir Rumelian Business People Association (ERİAD). signed the union.
BURSA (IGFA) – Continuing its activities with the vision of being the voice of entrepreneurs of Rumelian origin in Turkey and the Balkans and introducing them to the world, RUMELISIAD continues its collaborations with different associations. RUMELISIAD also cooperated with Rumelian Association of Managers and Business People (RUYİAD).
RUMELISIAD Leader Şık Alp, stating that they are working with different associations as well as strengthening the commercial relations in the Balkans and Turkey, said, “As RUMELISIAD, after the cooperation we established with the Eskişehir Rumelian Business People Association (ERİAD), Rumelian Executives and Business People in Istanbul are now working. We are increasing our cooperation with the association. In this context, RUYİAD Member Salih Akgül hosted us in the factory garden in Arnavutköy.”
Mentioning that they exchanged ideas as two associations, Alp noted that the meeting was quite productive.
Expressing that they will work to produce beneficial works for the society and to carry out works that will contribute to the commercial, economic and cultural development of the countries, Alp said, “We will also implement pleasant projects with the Rumelian Association of Managers and Businessmen . We produced very nice ideas for each other and accelerated our work.”
on the other hand, the invitation; Leader Şık Alp and Treasurer Ersin Birnican attended the name of RUMELISIAD, while RUYİAD Leader Ayla Erdim and Rumeli Turkish Associations Federation Leader Kerim Erden also took part in the invitation. Various treats were presented to RUYİAD by RUMELİSİAD Leader Şık Alp in memory of the day.