Wix.com has partnered with a new business partnership with telecommunication and technology service provider, Türk Telekom. With this partnership, Wix is offered as part of Türk Telekom’s bundled premium package for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
Premium package for SMBs
Turkish SMBs can take their businesses and visions online using Wix. Türk Telekom offers Wix subscriptions, including domain and hosting packages, to current and new customers, such as entrepreneurs, businesses and freelancers serving multiple sectors.
Dror Shaked, EVP of Business Development at Wix, said,
“We are delighted to announce this business partnership with Türk Telekom. We have millions of users in Turkey, and the country is powered by a strong entrepreneurship and startup culture. We think that both the country and Türk Telekom’s spirit seamlessly meld with Wix’s grand vision of empowering business owners, creators and individuals and helping them take their dreams online. This joint effort represents another step towards our ongoing global expansion, one where our users are given a curated, custom-made experience, as if the brand originated in their home country.”
The Turkish market is comprised of a wide variety of entrepreneurs, manufacturers, hospitality owners and operators and professional business service providers. Small business owners employ more than 70 percent of the Turkish workforce and contribute to over half of the value of the Turkish economy.
Türk Telekom’s Chief Strategy, Planning and Digital Officer Barış Karakullukçu said,
“Within the scope of the cooperation between Türk Telekom and Wix. Our efforts for the digitization journey of Turkey continue at full speed. The fact that our SMBs and tradesmen subscribers are a part of this transformation is a must for sustainable economic growth in our country.
With the ‘My Digital Workplace’ campaign, which is part of the protocol we signed with Wix, we offer advantageous packages to tradesmen and SMBs who want to have an identity in the digital world and do ecommerce. We are very pleased to have such cooperation that will support the vision of our SMBs to expand globally.”
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