sales outsourcing in Turkey

Sales outsourcing in Turkey


There is great potential regarding sales outsourcing in Turkey. It is emerging as a fast-growing economy in Europe. In Turkey, the private sectors are continuously moving on the fast growth track by focusing on the customer services through their call centers and business process outsourcing (BPO). Thousands of BPO are covering the fields of industry, airlines, financial institutions, and telecom operators through educated youth and government incentives. In recent years, this trend increased dramatically.

Recently world news came up with some doubts regarding the stability of Turkey’s dynamic economy. If we see some figures, we can understand how this country is beneficial for those who are looking for sales outsourcing in Turkey. Nearly 75 million citizens enjoy so many structural advantages along with the fiscal benefits. Back in 2014, Turkey was the 17th largest economy with a GDP of $1.5 trillion along with the 300% rise in per capita income. Currently, it is the 19th largest world economy with a GDP of $2.29 trillion. Turkey is projected to join the trillion-dollar club by 2023. While it will reach its GDP-PPP up to $2.78 trillion that makes 4.5% annual GDP growth. So, with these stats, it would be really beneficial for the outsourcing companies to grow up business.

Products to sell in Turkey:

As a fast-growing economy, the Turkish market is very interesting to sell and outsource. Sales outsourcing would be really beneficial for the following products.

  • Automotive
  • Electronics
  • Software and SaaS solutions
  • Textile
  • Banking
  • Construction
  • Home appliances
  • Oil refining
  • Petrochemical products
  • Food
  • Mining
  • Iron
  • Steel
  • Machine industry
  • The main advantages of outsourcing in Turkey are that its major partners are
  • Germany
  • Iraq
  • UK
  • Italy
  • France

If you are really eager to prosper your business, prefer to collaborate with trusted e-commerce platforms (Export Portal).


Legal transaction outsourcing structure in Turkey:

  • Direct outsourcing: The supplier and customer conclude a main services agreement and the supplier provides the work.
  • Indirect outsourcing: the supplier and the customer conclude the main services agreement and the supplier subcontracts the work to a third party. The supplier may use one or more third parties.

Vparagon operates in Turkey for the last 5 years and can effectively sell your products or services in the Turkish market.