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Inter-University Cooperation

Mevlana Development Agency and the universities of TR52 region, Selcuk University, Karamanoglu Mehmetbey University, the University of KTO Karatay, Mevlana University and Necmettin Erbakan University, made an agreement in order to support cooperation a way to contribute to regional development between the Universities and the university-industry and university-city co-operation. The main aim of this cooperation is to establish the infrastructure of technical and institutional partnerships at the regional level. Partners in the realization of strategic alliances, as a result of this cooperation and competence in the area of project development activities aimed to increase researches and analyses related to the region.


FERB ( Foreign Economic Relations Board) Cooperation

 In order to establish an institutional cooperation between the agency and FERB and regional integration to world markets through investment, a cooperation agreement was made between the agency and FERB. Respecting the agreement, FERB will share its knowledge base, experiences, capabilities and services with the agency to ensure the integration of Konya-Karaman region to the world market and to that end will coordinate and organize joint investment committees; inform the agency about the national and international activities; by inviting the agency to such activities, enable the agency to make presentations towards regional promotion; contribute to the promotion strategies of the agency; contribute to the awareness about the agency for the national and international stakeholders; ensuring the agency to join FERB’s current stakeholder networks; coordinate the agency’s efforts to cooperate with FERB’s international network; support the agency in such networking processes; and contribute to the efforts to find national or international funds for the programs designed for regional enterprises.

 

Enterprise Europe Network

The Enterprise Europe Network is a key instrument in the EU's strategy to boost growth and jobs. Bringing together close to 600 business support organisations from more than 50 countries, we help small companies seize the unparalleled business opportunities in the EU Single Market.The Enterprise Europe Network was launched in February 2008 by the Commission’s Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry. It builds on the former Euro Info Centre (EIC) and Innovation Relay Centre (IRC) Networks, established in 1987 and 1995 respectively.Offering the combined services of these highly successful predecessors, and more, we are a true one-stop shop for small businesses. More than 3,000 experienced staff provide you with practical answers to specific questions in your language.