Market Research Consultancy

VIPTurkishPass provides the right data in the shortest time and at the most affordable cost, with the principle of common sense with its expert staff and leading academics in our country, in all projects it carries out with its customers. VIPTurkishPass offers a wide range of services from automotive to tourism, from consumer durables to financial services, from real estate to logistics, from technology to public services.
Operating in more than 80 countries, VIPTurkishPass has become the market research partner of dozens of brands in every region of the world in a short time and has been a supporter of the international branding processes of our domestic brands.
As VIPTurkishPass, we offer our customers a real source of information through concrete and intangible data in pre-investment market research studies.

Brand Image and Corporate Image Studies

In today’s marketing world, we see that image is managed by perception studies and perception replaces reality. Companies and institutions that do not make an effort for the image and do not do PR work will disappear over time in the mind of the customer. As VIPTurkishPass, we make the image measurements for our customers and also specify the steps to be taken.
We offer solutions with our research studies in domestic and target markets, which are complementary elements of market research processes.

Let's Follow the Legal Processes in Company Establishment

The main legislation on foreign investment is Law No. 4875 on Foreign Direct Investments. [one]. With its adoption and entry into force on 17.06.2003, the current legislation on Foreign Direct Investment clearly guarantees two principles: establishing commercial enterprises and equal treatment, according to article 3(a) of the Law on Foreign Direct Investments:
Foreign direct investment in Turkey by foreign investors is free.
Foreign investors are subject to equal treatment with domestic investors” Prior to the enactment of Law No. 4875, foreign investors who wanted to establish a business in Turkey were subject to Law No. 6224 on the Incentive of Foreign Capital. According to the old legislation, which was abolished by Law No. 4875, foreign companies were subject to a series of strict opening procedures.
Among the most controversial were the pre-approval from the Department of the Treasury and a capital requirement of US$50,000 per foreign partner. In addition, the law numbered 4875 removed the restriction on the commercial activities of foreign investors. Previously, foreign investors were allowed to form joint stock companies, Limited Liability Companies and Branches.
As a result of Law No. 4875 and importantly, with the reforms envisaged in the new Turkish Commercial Code, foreign investors, regardless of having a legal personality, can establish any company and engage in commercial activities in Turkey.
Being a citizen of Turkey, which has a more effective administration on the one hand and political stability on the other, means being a partner in this success story.

A New Future

Business life in Turkey was further modified with the introduction of the new Turkish Commercial Code No. 6102 on 1 July 2012, which abolished and replaced the 55-year-old Turkish Commercial Code. [2] In line with European Union harmonization efforts, the new trade law has created a better structured and less complex business life.
Moreover, the law reflected basic EU principles such as free movement of capital. Among all, one of the main developments achieved by the enactment of the new law is the correction of the shareholding structure of companies. Accordingly, the new law allows the establishment of single shareholder joint stock companies or limited liability companies.
Moreover, foreign individuals can set up a joint stock company or a limited liability company. In joint stock companies, the board of directors can be formed by only one person and the board can also meet in an electronic environment. In addition, legal entities can be appointed as board members. Thus, foreign individuals or legal entities may establish a joint stock company and the board members may be foreign persons.