WORLDEF BUSINESS SCHOOL (WBS), the first and only MEB approved e-commerce and cross-border e-commerce school in Turkey signed a new collaboration with Türkiye İş Bankası. The protocol signed by WORLDEF with main business partnerTurkish Exporters’ Assembly (TİM) included WBS’s online e-commerce and cross-border e-commerce training package WORLDEF Prime as well. WORLDEF Prime service will be offered to exporters with 50% discount.
Türkiye İş Bankası announced “On-Going Support Package” for normalisation process in the pandemic. The package will include credits to meet operational capital needs of SMEs. Additionally, support such as wage support, rent support and special credit interest rate for inner city public transportation and pharmacy will be offered. The package that offers digital transformation credit to exporters and farmers also includes WORLDEF that offers online training as collaborator. Accordingly, “WORLDEF Prime” membership offered by WORLDEF will be 50% discounted.
The statement from the bank was as follows: “By collaborating with WORLDEF, 1-year long WORLDEF Prime membership offering online training in cross-border e-commerce, e-commerce and digital marketing will be presented with 50% discount to our customers. Additionally, WORLDEF Prime members can integrate to online stores such as Amazon, eBay, Etsy etc. with ShipEntegra software in easy and safe way. All orders from different platforms can be managed from single platform for free.”
Ömer Nart: We are opening the way for easy cross-border e-commerce with İş Bankası
WORLDEF Chairman Ömer Nart indicated the importance of collaboration with Türkiye İş Bankası for the exporters. Nart stated that they have opened the way for easy cross-border e-commerce for those who want to be involved in cross-border e-commerce and said, “Our collaboration with Türkiye İş Bankası will offer a roadmap to all firms that want to start cross-border e-commerce. With other supports in the package, they can do cross-border e-commerce or export easier. Our collaboration will have important contribution to firms in cross-border e-commerce, e-commerce and digital marketing.”
Nart used the following statements, “In extraordinary crisis situations like a pandemic, one of the most practical ways to overcome shrinking in the domestic market is cross-border e-commerce. Firms that have cross-border e-commerce opportunities experience less damage in these crisis scenarios. Serial reflexes of our exporter firms can help them to leave the crisis behind stronger. Cross-border e-commerce is one of these reflex. Cross-border e-commerce which is one of the new generation trade methods offers great opportunities for firms in different scales. With our collaboration with Türkiye İş Bankası, these opportunities are brought to these firms.”
First and only MEB approved e-commerce and cross-border e-commerce school
WORLDEF BUSINESS SCHOOL (WBS) which is the first and only e-commerce and cross-border e-commerce school in Turkey approved by the Ministry of National Education (MEB) makes training collaboration with exporters associations, chambers of commerce and industry and development agencies. WBS with cross-border e-commerce experts offers online and in-class training for e-commerce and cross-border e-commerce at basic, intermediate and advanced level. Currently, cross-border e-commerce training is provided to approximately 6 thousand participants under WBS.
WORLDEF which is the e-commerce and cross-border e-commerce training and network platform created with the contribution of tens of expert instructors offer privileged services from webinars to cross-border e-commerce software solutions. WORLDEF Prime modelled to meet all the needs of individuals and institutions that want to become a cross-border e-commerce entrepreneur different than traditional e-commerce programs is planned to meet the regional e-commerce and cross-border e-commerce targets of exporters associations, chamber of commerce and industry, universities and development agencies. Within this scope, the main purpose is to raise the qualified workforce need in Turkey in e-commerce and cross-border e-commerce fields.