Turkey has long standing and historical ties, both cultural and economic, with Europe. Istanbul, the bridge between Europe and Asia, is a center of culture, art and tourism for Turkish people and Europeans alike. Turkish students are granted a forward-thinking education with universal values, and are encouraged to participate in student exchange programs like ERASMUS. Foreign languages are introduced to the curriculum as early as elementary schools, and educational facilities operating entirely in foreign languages are very prevalent.
Business culture in Turkey is no different.Turkish economy, well-integrated with both European and global economies, gives rise to workers who are both compliant and compatible with work ethics and discipline demands.
Moreover, Turkish Commercial Code (2012) aims to lessen the red-tape while increasing the flexibility in management and accentuate transparency. With the rapid increase of internationalization, corporate governance and social responsibility structures rose rapidly to ensure compliance with international financial reporting standards and ensure international confidence.
As a result of this, especially with the sharp rise of remote employment in recent years, Turkish IT specialists have proven themselves to be sought-after experts.