Pitching Training/ 11-12 December 2015 Ministry of Economy gives huge importance and intense support to the URGE (Developing International Competitiveness) projects within the framework of “Communiqué No 2010/8 on Developing International Competitiveness” to provide incentives to activities that will increase companies’ international competitiveness such as trainings, counseling, purchasing delegations, and visits abroad etc. Gazi ICT Cluster consists of ICT companies located in Gazi Technopark that aim to penetrate international markets via clustering activities and it has begun its activities in September 2015 as a result of the needs analysis process. The analyses, activities and researches carried out revealed those concepts such as improvement of presentation skills, international sales and marketing and branding are vital to further cluster activities. Moving on from that starting point, the CEO of P3 Innovation Company based in Virginia, USA Keith Segerson is contacted who took active roles in the Executive Boards of Technoparks and has a great accumulated knowledge on investor relations and internationalization acquired throughout his business life. In addition to him, Miray Kurtay was invited to the Pitching Training that took place on 11-12 December 2015, who is the CEO of TIN BEE company, and has worked in World Bank for eleven years as ICT Systems Manager, as well as in banking and treasury departments. Representatives from the cluster companies, Pamukkale University, Istanbul Gelişim University and representatives of other Technoparks attended our training program. Experience of our trainers in the fields such as international trade, investment relations etc are transferred to our participating companies via basic topics such as Internationalization, Branding, Social Media, Effective Presentation Techniques, and Pitching techniques. We will continue our endeavors full force in 2016 too with the trainings that will increase international competitiveness of our companies, and the purchase and sale operations abroad so that they can exist in international markets.