Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey

Applications begin for determining Turkey’s fastest growing companies

28.06.2022 / Ankara

The eighth phase of the “Turkey 100” program, led by the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) and in cooperation with the Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV) and TOBB University of Economics and Technology (TOBB ETU), has begun.​

Applications for the Turkey 100 program, where the fastest growing companies will be determined, can be made at http://turkiye100.tobb.org.tr until July 30, 2022. While the door of new partnerships will be opened to the top 100 companies in the program, promotion opportunities will be provided on many platforms.

TOBB President M. Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu, inviting companies to apply to the program, said, “There are thousands of entrepreneurs in our country who see opportunities, innovate and provide employment. With the Turkey 100 program, we make these entrepreneurial companies known to the public and pave the way for our successful entrepreneurs both in Turkey and in the world. Turkey's 100 fastest growing companies will have the opportunity to increase their visibility and strengthen their national and international connections.”

Emphasizing that the way to prosperity is through entrepreneurship, Hisarcıklıoğlu said that entrepreneurs who will be included in the Turkey 100 list will be role models for young people and called for them to participate in the program.

- Who can apply?

Companies established on or before December 31, 2018, with a sales revenue of at least 1 million TL in 2019, with a sales revenue of at least 2 million TL in 2021, with an increase in sales revenues of at least 10 percent in the period of 2019 - 2021 and with at least 10 employees in the period of 2021 will be able to apply. In addition; The headquarters of the companies to apply must be located in Turkey.

Applications of public partnership and/or publicly traded companies, the Turkish branch of an overseas-based company, companies with more than 51 percent of the shares belonging to another publicly traded company or a public company, non-profit companies, franchise enterprises, automobile dealerships, jewelers, foreign exchange companies, banks, energy distribution companies and electricity, gas, fuel and water providers and holdings will not be considered valid.

Companies under the roof of a holding company and its partners that are citizens of countries other than Turkey (real and legal persons) will also be able to apply.

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