Işbank Turkey has collaborated with WORLDEF for exporters

Işbank Turkey has collaborated with WORLDEF for exporters
01 July 2020

Turkey's first Ministry of Education approved e-commerce and e-export school WORLDEF BUSINESS SCHOOL (WBS), has signed a new collaboration with Işbank Turkey. Within the scope of the protocol signed by the bank with the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM), WBS's online e-commerce and e-export training package WORLDEF Prime will be offered to exporters with a 50 percent discount.


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ISTANBUL (TR) - Işbank Turkey announced a “Continued Support Package” for the normalization process in the pandemic. Under the package, loans that meet all types of working capital needs of SMEs will be given. It will also provide support such as salary support, rent support, special loan interest rates for the city passenger transport sector and pharmacists. The package, which also offers digital conversion credits to exporters and farmers, also includes a collaboration with WORLDEF, which provides online education services. Accordingly, the “WORLDEF Prime” membership price offered by WORLDEF will be reduced by 50 percent.

In a statement from the bank on the topic “In a 1-year WORLDEF Prime membership, which offers online training services on e-export, e-commerce and digital marketing in collaboration with WORLDEF our customers will be provided with a 50 percent discount. In addition, WORLDEF Prime members can easily and securely connect Amazon, eBay, Etsy etc. online stores with ShipEntegra software while e-exporting. It can manage all orders from different platforms for free from one place.”

Ömer Nart: “We open the way for easy e-export with WORLDEF Prime”

WORLDEF President Ömer Nart pointed out the importance of their cooperation with the bank for exporters. Stating that they opened the way for easy e-export to those who want to export through e-commerce, Nart said, “Our cooperation with Işbank Turkey will offer a road map to companies who want to start e-export. They will be able to export or e-export easier with other support included in the package. Our cooperation will be a significant contribution to companies in the fields of e-export, e-commerce and digital marketing.”

Nart continued his words as follows; “One of the most practical ways to overcome the contraction in the domestic market during extraordinary crisis periods like the pandemic is e-export. Companies with cross-border e-commerce opportunities come out with less damage from such crisis scenarios. Our exporter companies can get stronger from this crisis with serial reflexes. One of these reflexes, e-export, which is one of the new generation commercial methods, offers great opportunities to companies of all sizes. Our cooperation with Işbank brings these opportunities to the companies.”

MEB-approved first e-commerce and e-export school

WORLDEF BUSINESS SCHOOL (WBS), Turkey's first e-commerce and e-export school, approved by the Ministry of Education (MEB), mainly cooperates with exporter associations, industrial and commerce chambers in Turkey and educational institutions such as development agencies. WBS offers online and classroom training at basic, intermediate and advanced level of expertise for e-commerce and e-export. Around 6,000 participants have been given e-export training within WBS.

WORLDEF Prime, the e-commerce and e-export training and network platform created with the contributions of expert trainers in the field, offers privileged services a variety of topics ranging from webinars to e-export software solutions. WORLDEF Prime, modeled in order to meet all the needs of individuals and institutions who want to become e-export entrepreneurs unlike traditional e-commerce programs, exporter associations, trade and chambers of industry, universities and development agencies in accordance with the regional e-commerce and e-export development objectives. In this context, it is aimed to train qualified workforce in the field of e-commerce and e-export that Turkey needs.