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Greek Turkish Economy Forum

 

Greek Turkish Economy Conference was organized succesful from Youth Business Network -associate organization of Students  for Liberty and International Platform for Young Entrepreneurs at Bilgi Law School 9 to 11 May 2014 . More than 100 participants from both countries attended the conference with main topic international relationships ,economical cooperation between Greece and Turkey .Also 2 startup companies showcased at the duration of the event . Lot of  journalists from Turkey have attended , and their interest for Greek Speakers was quite interesting
Some of the main speakers were :

 

 Emre Semercioğlu The role of International Platform for Young Entrepreneurs”

Myrto Dimitriou-Michaela Papamichail  -Youth Business Network -How we promote Greek startup ecosystem
Nikolaos Kostopoulos 10 reasons your startup will fail
Dr.Vasileios Grammatikas (Keynote speaker ) 
Haris Donias “Creating a Culture of Job Rather Τhan Job Seeking”
Enver Mısırlı Startups’ sector in Turkey”
Yro Chatziathanasiou Volunteering Instead Unemployment
Euthymia Papagianni “Investment Opportunities in Greece”
The second part of Greek Turkish Economic Forum will be announced soon and it will be organized in Greece

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Greek Turkish Economy Forum 10-11 May Bilgi University

We have the pleasure to announce the Greek-Turkish Economic Forum: Reform—Challenges & Opportunities which will be held in Istanbul Bilgi University on 11-12 May 2014. This conference is jointly organised by Bilgi University , Youth Business Network and International Platform for Young Entrepreneurs  Draft agenda: I. Prospect, Risks and Challenges for European Growth II. Start ups III. Financial Reform and Special Financial Zones and Its Effect on Real Economy IV. Renewable Energy V. Turkish Venture Capitals
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Our forum  believes that in defiance of the deepening economic and financial crisis, of lagging innovation, and of record youth unemployment in Europe, together, using this shared-risk approach, we can empower European youth to play a transformative role in Europe’s future by  offering them the inspiration, resources and mentorship to help them turn their talents, energy, enthusiasm, and innovative early-stage ideas into successful projects and businesses that will stimulate the economy and generate new employment.
GTEG believes Innovation is THE driver for economic growth, social development and citizens’ progress and that Innovation fosters the development of European citizenship, particularly amongst young Europeans, by using the paradigm of shared endeavours and mutual responsibility to communicate the Union’s social and cultural values.
Check the website www.economyforum.org for more information
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