Inane Gurbuz , Executive Manager EMEA of Azkan Group, held a conference on 19 May 2015 at CJD , to share his experience as director of a consulting company specializing in turkey.
About the CJD
Created in 1938, the Center for Young Business Leaders (Centre des Jeunes Dirigeants) is the oldest French employers’ movement. With 4,500 members spread throughout France, it consists of entrepreneurs and executives and represents today 432,087 jobs.
The CJD aims to support young leaders in their business, by providing advice and methods. Their ambition is to promote new ideas to make the company both more competitive and more humane. The first advantage for those entrepreneurs being able to share their experience together to advance in their respective projects.
CJD ‘s missions revolve around five pillars of action:
- To reflect
- To train
- To experiment
- To commit
- To develop
Located throughout France, the CJD is also present in the world (Algeria, Morocco, Senegal, Quebec…), and provides local correspondents in each country.
For more information, please visit their official website cjd.net.
The CDJ and the Turkey
Will organize on 11 and 12 June 2015 by the CJD, a “flash trip” in Turkey with a score of French business leaders. The purpose of this trip is to give these entrepreneurs all the knowledge required for eventual commercial development in Turkey.
That’s why, the CJD calls on Mister Gurbuz’s services in order to learn more on the Turkish market and its culture.
The Azkan’s conference in CJD
As a consulting firm specializing in Turkish market, Azkan group offers its customers the opportunity to escort and support them in their desire to expand overseas, especially in Turkey.
For this, several services are offered (market research, creation of subsidiaries, partners detection, intercultural training Turkey …), with two main services on the recruitment Turkey and our payroll Turkey support.
At the conference in CJD, Inane Gurbuz addressed the following topics:
- How to negotiate in Turkey?
- The macro – economy in Turkey