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  • It is possible to establish a company

    in a single day by applying to the relevant trade registry office with the required documents.

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  • Your company

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  • The importance of Turkey

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  • The new investment incentives scheme

    is specifically designed to encourage investments with the potential to reduce dependency on the importation of intermediate goods vital to the country’s strategic sectors.

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"Reasons to Invest in Turkey"

"Successful economy, young population, qualified and competitive labor force, liberal and reformist investment climate"

Reasons to Invest in Turkey

reasons to invest in turkeyBooming Turkish economy more than tripled its GDP, reaching USD 786 billion in 2012, up from USD 231 billion in 2002.
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Incentives in Turkey

investment incentivesThe new investment incentives scheme is specifically designed to encourage investments with the potential to reduce dependency on the importation of intermediate goods vital to the country’s strategic sectors.
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Turkey's Economic Outlook

Turkey's Economic OutlookThe Turkish economy has shown remarkable performance with its steady growth over the last eight years. A sound macroeconomic strategy in combination with prudent fiscal policies and major structural reforms in effect since 2002 has integrated the Turkish economy into the globalized world, while transforming the country into one of the major recipients of FDI in its region.
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Incorporating a Turkish Company


A Turkish company can be set up within 7 days regardless of your nationality and country of residence.

The New Turkish Commercial Code No. 6102 was published in the Official Gazette on February 14, 2011. As stipulated in the TCC and the Law on Effectiveness and Implementation of the Turkish Commercial Code No. 6103 ("Code on Effectiveness of TCC”), the new code came into effect on July 1, 2012. The main goal of the TCC is to develop a corporate governance approach that meets international standards; to foster private equity and public offering activities to create transparency in managing operations and to align the Turkish business environment with EU legislation, as well as for the accession process. Major amendments in the TCC can be outlined as: Shareholding Structure: The TCC allows the establishment of joint stock companies (A.Ş.) or limited liability companies (Ltd. Şti.) with only a single shareholder.

According to the former code, joint stock companies could be established with a minimum of five shareholders, while limited liability companies could be formed with a minimum of two partners. Therefore, the TCC removes the obligation for foreign companies to secure mandatory minority shareholders in order to comply with the minimum shareholder number requirements by the former TCC. The shares of previously established companies can now be held by a single party. Board of Directors: Under the TCC, in compliance with the EU legislation, the board of directors may now be comprised of a single person instead of at least three members. This offers foreign investors the opportunity to do business more easily, as board meetings may be hindered if there is a large number of shareholders that have to travel frequently between countries.

The TCC does not require physical presence of board members; it allows board meetings to be held in an electronic environment and board resolutions may also be approved via electronic signatures. Through these amendments, the TCC will prevent foreign companies from incurring unnecessary travel expenses. Additionally, legal entities may be appointed as board members. If a legal entity is elected as a member of the board of directors, only a single real person, together with, on behalf of, and designated by the legal entity, shall also be registered and announced; in addition, this registration and announcement shall be immediately published on the company’s web site.

Only this registered person is entitled to attend meetings and vote on behalf of the legal entity. The obligation that board members must be shareholders has also been abolished. According to the TCC, any independent individual may be a board member. This ensures a professional board of directors that can act separately from shareholders, and in turn, boosting corporate governance. Registered Capital System: The TCC offers non-public companies the opportunity to adopt a registered capital system, so non-public joint stock companies may benefit from the opportunity of flexible capital increases introduced by the registered capital system.

Intellectual Property Rights: Intellectual property rights may be contributed as capital in-kind. In order to contribute such assets as capital in-kind, those assets shall have transferable qualifications, and become eligible for valuation in cash. Ultra-Vires: The former TCC incorporated the doctrine of Ultra Vires that is “corporations can only be authorized to acquire rights and undertake debts, provided that they conduct their business within the field of operations defined in the articles of incorporation." This doctrine of Ultra Vires was abolished in the TCC, in doing so, releasing foreign companies from many procedures while entering into new business areas. Establishing a Business in Turkey Turkey's regulatory environment is extremely business-friendly. You can establish a business in Turkey irrespective of nationality, or place of residence. Company Establishment in One Day It is possible to establish a company in a single day by applying to the relevant trade registry office with the required documents. The company becomes a “legal entity” following its registration with the trade registry.



Turkey’s megacity has carved a place among the world’s top-10 emerging urban centers with rapid economic growth and real estate development, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s (JLL) “Globalization and Competition: A New World of Cities” report.


The report examines leading emerging world cities against their established counterparts in the developed world while comparing the characteristics and potential of each emerging world city across a number of indices, including real estate, capacity to attract talent and international firms as well as their ability to serve as hubs to direct trade and investment to a wider region.


The report listed Istanbul’s strongpoints as trade, tourism and transportation and cited the city’s innovation center status and ability turn this capacity into advantage. Istanbul is on par with Shanghai and Beijing in the “Emerging World Cities” category, with its real-estate potential and long-term growth prospects.


 Istanbul is also a contender with Kuala Lumpur, Taipei and Mexico City in the “Globally Competitive Megacities” subcategory.

The report goes on to praise Istanbul’s rise to prominence as an international finance center.

Turkey’s cultural and financial capital also scored high in JLL’s “Business of Cities 2015”, published last May, claiming a spot at the top of the five fastest-improving cities.








German industrial giant has announced an investment of EUR 30 million to assemble light rail vehicles in Kocaeli’s Gebze district.

Scheduled to begin production in 2018, the project is seen as a step towards securing a part of Turkey’s huge procurement target of 6,500 light rail sets for intercity transportation until the year 2023

The investment total for the nation-wide project amounts to EUR 13 billion, according torecent a statement by Turkey’s Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology, )Fikri Isik.(


Siemens’ Valero trains are used in the high-speed rail line connecting Ankara and Konya.





The World Bank has revised Turkey’s 2015 GDP growth forecast to 3.2 percent up from 3 percent, reflecting the country’s stronger than expected second-quarter growth.

The institution’s 3.5 percent forecast for the years 2016 and 2017 remained unchanged in the Global Economic Prospects’ October revision.

Driven by domestic consumption and private sector investment, the growth in Turkey’s economy reached 3.8 percent in the second quarter following first-quarter growth of 2.5 percent.

The Turkish government’s medium-term program predicts a growth of 3 percent this year. 

Advantages of Technology Development Zones

  • Revenues derived from software development and R&D activities are exempt from income and corporate taxes until December 31, 2023.
  • Sales of application software produced exclusively in TDZs are exempt from VAT until December 31, 2023. Examples include software for systems management, data management, business applications, different business sectors, the Internet, mobile phones and military command control.
  • Salaries of R&D and support personnel employed in the zone are exempt from all taxes until December 31, 2023. The number of the support personnel covered by the exemption shall not exceed 10 percent of the number of the R&D personnel.
  • Enterprises may make the investment, required for the production of the technological product obtained as a result of the R&D projects conducted in the zone, in the TDZ, if deemed suitable by the operator company and allowed by the Ministry.
  • 50 percent of the employer’s share of the social security premium will be paid by the government for 5 years until 31.12.2024.

Advantages of Free Zones

  • 100% exemption from customs duties and other assorted duties.
  • 100% exemption from corporate income tax for manufacturing companies.
  • 100% exemption from value added tax (VAT) and special consumption tax.
  • 100% exemption from income tax on employees’ salaries (for companies that export at least 85% of the FOB value of the goods they produce in the free zones).
  • Goods can remain in free zones for an unlimited period. Companies are free to transfer profits from free zones to abroad as well as to Turkey, without restrictions.

Advantages of Organized Industrial Zones

In addition to the investment incentives scheme in Turkey (general investment incentives, incentives for large-scale investments, region and sector-based incentives, employment incentives, R&D supports, etc.), investors operating in the OIZs can benefit from the following advantages:

  • No VAT for land acquisitions
  • Exemption from real estate duty for five years starting after the construction of the plant
  • Low water, natural gas, and telecommunication costs
  • For unification and/or separation of plots, no tax to be paid.
  • Exemption from municipality tax for construction and usage of the plant Exemption from the municipality tax on solid waste if the OIZ does not benefit from the municipality service

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Turkish Trade Registry

Turkish and foreign companies which carry out activity in Turkey are firstly registered to Chamber of Commerce.

The conformity control of the articles of incorporation of the companies to Turkish Commercial Code is made by the said chamber.

How much does it cost of register a company in Turkey

We establish your company for the same fee no matter where established company to be locates in Turkey.

The establishment prices of the company varies according to the criteria such as the content of the articles of incorporation, the number of

partner and manager, capital amount, the fact whether it is with or without power of attorney and foreign exchange rate.

Starting a business in Turkey

After the required information and documents are prepared,

The establishment operations are carried out by either being present in Turkey or by giving power of attorney.

The operations of register to Chamber of Commerce, register to Tax Office and opening bank account take one week.

If you want, we can carry out all operations on behalf of you.

After one week, your company can start its commercial activity and it can make import-export as well as any kind of commercial operation.

How many days to register a company in Turkey


We establish your company within one week no matter where it located in Turkey and we deliver it to you in active form.