Arvento wants to enter world markets via Germany4 March 2011 | March 2011
Arvento has been doing business concerning GPS tracking devices since 8 years and has entered the overseas market 5 years ago. Today the company sells its products in 18 countries.
“CeBIT is important to us. We do not target the German market directly but potential distributors from other countries. In this regard CeBIT is quite beneficial for us. We get to know our visitors and sign business agreements with them,” Hıncal says.
Hıncal points out that in the scope of Turkey being partner country of CeBIT many Turkish companies exhibit on the show. He says: “In our hall mostly B2B meetings take place. Right now the situation is not bad. Potential distributors came and we presented our products. The real success we can only measure a couple of weeks or even months after the show.
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