In the dynamic environment of the defence and aerospace sector, meeting the right people and starting new collaborations both saves time and provides a competitive advantage. Designed to offer such an environment to its participants, the Industrial Cooperation Days in Defence and Aerospace (ICDDA) will open its doors on 13–15 October, with the aim of achieving this goal for the fifth time.
ICDDA supports key industrial enterprises and SMEs operating in the field of defence and aerospace in finding new markets, utilising business opportunities and establishing business partnerships. To this end, ICDDA features B2B meetings, conferences, seminars and industrial visits, which are aimed at defining target countries and regions with unique needs and opportunities, and which seeks to transform potential cooperation opportunities in the defence and aerospace sector into concrete collaborations. This rich programme provides participants with an extremely important opportunity to identify business and investment opportunities in Turkey.
The Advantages Offered
The pre-scheduled B2B meetings planned to be held between manufacturers and service providers, as well as purchasing and supply chain officials, make ICDDA a highly beneficial platform for the launch of supply chain-oriented collaborations and business opportunities. The participating companies will meet with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers, and the relevant institutions, and will have the opportunity to present their civil and military capabilities in their respective areas of expertise.
By providing the defence and aerospace companies with the opportunity to introduce themselves, and to send meeting requests to the relevant people via the B2B platform prior to the event, ICDDA offers a significant opportunity to supply chain managers, procurement officials, technical staff and relevant executives to share their demands and capabilities with the right people, and in the shortest possible time.
Since information that is critical for the sharing and understanding of the scientific, industrial, technical and commercial changes in the market are provided in the conferences held during ICDDA, they should not be missed by the professional participants.
In addition to the B2B meetings that will take place over two days, seminars will be held in which many companies and organisations, such as Airbus, Boeing, Rolls Royce, NATO and CERN, will share information about their procurement and purchasing processes for the attention of the participants.
ICDDA also has a factory visit component, at both prime contractor and SME levels, with a view to allowing the participants to view on-site demonstrations of the capabilities and services presented during the B2B meetings.
Contact: www.icdda.com.tr / email@example.com