EGİAD Ready to do its part

EGİAD Ready to do its part
EGİAD Ready to do its part

EGİAD Aegean Young Business People Association President Mustafa Aslan and the accompanying delegation visited İzmir Governor Yavuz Selim Köşger and gave information about the activities of the institution. Transferring the activities they carried out during the Covid process to Governor Köşger, Aslan conveyed what he could do for İzmir during the pandemic process with the presentation file he gave, and noted that they were always ready for the task.

EGİAD Led by its chairman Mustafa Aslan EGİAD delegation visited İzmir Governor Yavuz Selim Köşger and wished success. Besides Aslan, Vice Chairman Alp Avni Yelkenbiçer, Board Members Serhat Büyükhelvacıgil, Fatih Mehmet Sancak, Cem Demirci and Secretary General Prof. Dr. Fatih Dalkilic attended.

We Act with NGO Consciousness, We Care About Human Health

To Governor Köşger EGİAD A brief informative presentation about the activities of the period was made. Governor Köşger, who asked the delegation about the activities, also EGİAD He also received information about the commercial activities of its members and what the business world did during the pandemic process. Stating that they act with the responsibility of the NGO, President Mustafa Aslan, conveying the support that can be made in writing, as a proposal, “EGİAD Ş., we are at the service of the people of İzmir by representing the business world in every issue that falls upon us. It is our greatest effort to provide adequate support in this struggle as Turkish companies, NGOs and all stakeholders. This is the first time we are faced with such a situation. At this stage, everyone who fulfills their individual, family and job responsibilities should look at how they can support the process, starting with their immediate surroundings, and force the institutions they work with in terms of extending hands. In the first stage, the business world organized its activities according to the new order. Office areas were cleaned, hygienic conditions were made, office workers were mainly sent to their homes, field workers were minimized, and remote working conditions were provided. These efforts have been announced quite a lot. Our activities continued online at full speed. In this process, we were able to provide various supports through the authorities. At this point, common sense and quick decision-making came to the fore in terms of managerial skills. With the awareness of taking important steps beyond the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility, we are aware that everyone should prepare their work and operation to fight the epidemic. "The value of human life requires this," he said.

On the other hand, İzmir Governor Yavuz Selim Köşger emphasized the importance of making consultations in order to improve the socio-economic development and sustainable development of the province, and listened to the information conveyed carefully. Governor Köşger also stated that he is always behind the projects that will pave the way for the province and improve İzmir and that his support will continue.



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