The Cyprus Turkish Investment Development Agency was established in 2008 with the law number 37/2008 in order to determine and implement investment orientation and promotion strategies to encourage investment in order to increase the investments needed in the economic development of our country, to contribute to the improvement of the investment climate and to make the investments correctly and effectively.
To contribute to the sustainable economic development of Northern Cyprus and the increasing living standards of the society.
With the decision of the Council of Ministers dated 14.07.2010 and K-400-2010, within the scope of the efforts to increase the competitiveness of the Real Sector, It was established to form a core structure within the Ministry responsible for the Economy in order to improve the relevant administrative capacity. The Center carries out all of its programs on behalf of the Ministry of Economy and Energy in cooperation with the Turkish Development Economic Cooperation Office (KEİO) and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) representing SMEs.
In order to meet the economic and social needs of the country;
To be a model organization in similar countries in the world that plays an active role in determining SME and entrepreneurship policies by bringing our country's SMEs to a level that can compete in world markets,
To increase the economic and social share of SMEs by providing qualified services and supports to improve the competitiveness of SMEs and to spread the entrepreneurship culture.