Head of Turkish Exporters Assembly Mehmet Buyukeksi addresses Global Entrepreneurship Congress in Istanbul

ISTANBUL, TURKEY – APRIL 16: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (6th L), Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci (5th L) and President of Turkish Exporters Assembly Mehmet Buyukeksi (4th L) attend the Global Entrepreneurship Congress in Istanbul, Turkey on April 16, 2018. ( Ahmet İzgi – Anadolu Agency )

By Gokhan Ergocun

ISTANBUL

Chairman of the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM) Mehmet Buyukeksi Tuesday praised Turkey’s affinity for entrepreneurship.

Speaking at the open plenary event of the Global Entrepreneurship Congress 2018 in Istanbul, he said: “Catalhoyuk is the oldest settlement, Gobeklitepe is the oldest temple in the world. Lidya is the inventor of currencies […].

“Medicine, astronomy chemistry, all are the same. We can say entrepreneurship is in every corner of Anatolia,” he added.

He highlighted that entrepreneurship was more important in the 21st century when it is key to boost innovation.

“Istanbul is our beautiful city and it is ready to take responsibility for this momentum to provide the healthy environment for entrepreneurs,” he underlined.

Jonathan Ortmans, chairman of the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN), said that in the new world, government and entrepreneurs were connected symbiotically.

“Entrepreneurs need governments, governments need entrepreneurs,” he stressed.

The GEN annual four-day congress began on Monday with the participation of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, welcoming nearly 400 speakers from around the world, including academics, politicians, businesspeople, and representatives of global organizations such as the World Bank and the OECD.

The congress is hosted by the Economy Ministry, the Turkish Exporters Assembly, entrepreneurship associations Endeavor Turkey and Habitat.


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