The Women’s Initiative Production and Management Cooperative in Bursa’s Orhaneli district has carried the local food production and product diversity to new sales platforms as well as national e-commerce channels within the scope of the Japanese Government funded project. } BURSA (İGFA) – Orhaneli Women’s Enterprise Production and Operation Cooperative within the scope of the “Support for Livelihoods through Employment and Micro-Entrepreneurship Project” jointly carried out by FAO Ankara Representation and Bursa Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry and funded by the Japanese Government Continues to produce and market with 23 women partners.
The cooperative has started to take important steps for e-commerce by increasing its local food production and product variety day by day. Cooperative products were offered for sale through national e-commerce channels such as Trendyol, N11 and Hepsiburada within the scope of the project. In addition, local products produced in Orhaneli can be accessed from the social media accounts of the cooperative and the website www.beyce.com.tr opened within the scope of the project.
Bursa Provincial Director of Agriculture and Forestry Aygül expressed that the project changed the fate of the Orhaneli Women’s Cooperative and wished the new sales platforms to be beneficial.