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.
As Turkey prepares to take over the G20 presidency, Prime Minister Davutoğlu shares a vision of a more inclusive organization that listens to the concerns of the largely voiceless least developed countries.
Award-winning Chef and Restaurateur, Shane Delia is returning to our television screen with the second instalment of his Spice Journey. This time he is travelling through Turkey. Read more
Getting Dirty is Beautiful – Kirlenmek Güzeldir
Watching television Advertisements is a mundane and mandatory obligation for viewers watching commercial television programmes.
I have never been impressed with any advertising campaign until I saw this brilliant piece of marketing for OMO. The Turkish Advertising company who created this OMO campaign deserves an award.
Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan, the head of the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB), M. Rifat Hisarciklioglu and other officials from Turkey arrived in Sydney on Friday, for G20 meetings.
Whilst in Sydney, the Turkish Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) and The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish a bilateral Business Council.
ATBC Board Members: Muradiye Selvi, Osman Kuyruk, Ali Yildirim and ATBC Members: Kazim Ates, Necmi Kul, John Villella, accompanied by the Turkish Consul General Seyit Mehmet Apak, travelled from Melbourne to Sydney, to meet our esteemed Turkish Ministers and to be present at the signing of the MoU.
The past 10 years have treated Turkey well. The only nation in the world across two continents – Asia and Europe – has previously struggled to find its standing in the western world, however, while the rest of the world has felt the effects of the global financial crisis, Turkey has continued its steady upwards march.