The second important step in the activities of the Congress for Future’s Economy was taken with the technical workshop the experts of the relevant sectoral institutions were invited. Technical workshop meetings, attended by the invited institutions at the executive expert levels, were held simultaneously on Wednesday, October 5, 2022.

In the first sessions of the meetings, the participants were divided into groups of three, discussed the questions prepared by the congress secretariat, prepared written answers. In the second session, each group's spokesperson orally presented the discussions answers obtained in the first sessions to all participants.

The third session was held in the form of forums the participants expressed their contributions suggestions regarding the method content. The mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, Tunç Soyer, who attended all the meetings, gave a brief address on the purpose content of the Congress for Future’s Economy informed the attendees of the preparations for the congress.

The meeting of the industrialists, traders, artisans’ groups was held in the Izmir Chamber of Commerce conference hall. The meeting was attended by forty three employer groups, thirty nine in-person four online.

Discussions in the meetings, in which institutions participated at the level of managers experts, were mainly shaped around the definition of current problems. Participants had extensive discussions on the inadequacy of R&D innovation initiatives, the problem of raising a qualified workforce, current problems of formal vocational education, the importance of digitalization, Türkiye's place in supply chains.

Whereas in the afternoon sessions of the workshops, solutions were proposed for the problem areas identified in the first section, discussions were held regarding the possible medium- long-term trends that various sectors may follow. 

The final declaration prepared by the congress secretariat for each group will be presented to the participating institutions following an extensive editorial analysis of the meeting's outcomes. Once institutions have completed their assessments of the submitted final declarations, sectoral group meetings' third final phase will commence.