ATC Webinar Series – Business Women Dialogue Committee

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ATC Webinar Series – Business Women Dialogue Committee

September 5, 2018 @ 11:00 am


Women Entrepreneurship in Turkey – Challenges and Opportunities, and the Journey of a Turkish Female Entrepreneur
The webinar will include a Q & A session and discussions can continue on the blog page of the Committee

About The Webinar

The ATC is excited to be able to provide a platform to initiate a series of dialogues between leading American and Turkish female entrepreneurs, business professionals, and visionary leaders on opportunities that led to success and challenges they’ve faced throughout their entrepreneurial journey.The webinar will facilitate the thoughtful exchange of ideas and lessons learned that will promote success for women in both Turkey and the United States.
Join this session to leave with tips to succeed in the Turkish market, as well as a deeper understanding of a Turkish businesswoman’s entrepreneurship journey.

Who Can Attend

American-Turkish Council Webinars are open to public and free of charge. Simply follow the link to register. You can participate by phone or via the internet connected device.
Q & A session and interactive elements of the webinar require participants to join the webinar through a laptop.

Keynote Speaker

LEYLA ALATON, President, Alvimedica Medical Technologies and Board Member, Alarko Group of Companies. Leyla Alaton is a popular spokesperson in the areas of Women in Business and Women Empowerment. She often gives talks in universities about entrepreneurship and women economic independence. She is a role model and an inspirer for young women to have their career and be involved in NGO’s. She is a popular TV figure on entrepreneurship and women issues.


ŞİRİN KÖPRÜCÜ, a Washington DC-based market entry consultant and global business coach, and the Chair of the Business Women Dialogue Committee at the ATC.


September 5, 2018
11:00 am


American-Turkish Council
+1 (202) 783-0483