What a brilliant day, we could not have anticipated a better turnout. The 2016 ATBC picnic was held at Jack Roper Reserve and it was favourably embraced by all those that attended.
There was plenty delicious barbecued meat, salads, dips, bread and cold drinks. There was a great atmosphere and it was wonderful to see our community enjoying themselves.
The children received Commonwealth Bank showbags and many gifts were presented with out Annual Raffle.
The ATBC would like to thank our sponsors: Commonwealth Bank, Bross Panels, Grand Foods, Ardent Concepts, Tek Foods, East Street Upholstery, Selvi Psychological Services, Australasian Corporate Services and the Turkish Bread Factory.
Huss Mustafa is passionate about cultural diversity and he has been an active member of the Victorian Multicultural Commission for a number of years now.
Huss is involved in many key cultural events throughout the year, and speaks regularly on the positive impact of cultural diversity.
Huss loves sharing his story and connecting with people – this helps him and his employees in the workplace, and also creates a warm connection with his customers.
A taste of harmony is so exciting.
The Australian Turkish Business Council Held their Annual General Meeting on Thursday 25th February at the Hume Global Learning Centre.
Many Guests and Members attended the AGM. Attendees dined on a large array of Turkish food and socialized prior to the meeting. Read more
When travelling overseas on holiday, ATBC President Huseyin Mustafa, always finds time to include work.
Whilst in Cyprus, Huseyin Mustafa met with the President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Mr Mustafa Akıncı. Huseyin Mustafa invited Mustafa Akıncı to visit Australia as his guest. We hope he takes up the invitation. Read more
The ATBC hosted a very informative Economic Seminar at the Sofitel Hotel. Many of our members attended to hear CBA Chief Economist Craig James deliver an insightful, financial lecture.
Our members enjoyed a three course dinner and drinks whilst being enlightened with up-to-date economic knowledge and trends.
This year our members were given a great pleasant surprise. At the end of the Seminar, the attendees were entertained with vibrant song and music performed by Turkish band ‘DeJaVu’.
After the music was over, our members were happily socialized before heading home.
This week our President Huss Mustafa was in Sydney. Representing the ATBC, Huss held meetings with Turkish Airlines, AATA and the Sydney Turkish Consul Commercial Attache.
Huss met with the new Regional Manager for Turkish Airlines, Mr Bilal Tezcan.
The ATBC Annual General Meeting was held at Hume Global Centre on the 23rd February, 2015.
As with previous years, many of our members attended the meeting. A superb array of boreks and edibles were enjoyed by all those who attended.
Our President, Huss Mustafa is a multi-faceted and multi talented individual, who happily divides his time between his work, family, charity and hobbies.