Orhan Aydın was born in 1952 in Kızılcahamam. He graduated from Ankara Gazi High School (1971), and Mechanical Engineering of Ankara State Engineering and Architecture Academy (1974). He worked as a mechanical engineer at the Ministry of Industry and Technology (1975-1979) and at Turkey Sugar Factories Inc. He managed the transformation process of the region into an SME city by carrying out the works of structuring, infrastructure, putting the enterprises into operation and providing superstructural support in line with the activities of OSTİM Small Industrial Site Building Cooperative, for which he was elected as the Chairman of the Board of Directors (1992). He carried out studies to increase the industry and technology capabilities of the region and Turkey, and to establish an exemplary production ecosystem with elements that support competitiveness. Within the framework of this purpose, he led and took an active role in the establishment, management and sustainability studies of many institutions and organizations. He actively took part at TAI Tusaş Aviation and Space Industry Inc. Board Member (2011-2013), Ankara Development Agency Board Member (2009-2014 and 2020-…), Ankara Chamber of Industry Discipline Board Member (2013), ASELSAN Board Member (2013-2014), TÜBİTAK SAGE Board Member (2017-2019), TOBB Higher Education Council Member (2019-…), OSBÜK High Advisory Board Member (2018 -…), ÜSİMP Executive Board Member (2006-… ).He was invited to the meetings of the United Nations, Global Compact, Organization of the Islamic Conference and D-8 Economic Cooperation Organization to explain the OSTİM Model; In particular, he had the opportunity to share its goals of “leaving a better livable world for tomorrow” such as entrepreneurial and technology-based industrialization, joint competition, regional and sectoral development, and livable environment on international public platforms.