I studied Accounting and Financial Management at Başkent University and then hold a MBA degree from TOBB Economy and Technology University. I’m working at my family company and I have an own company which operate online-shopping. I learnt this EYE program at a meeting in Ankara Chamber of Commerce I thought that is a good chance for me to learn European business mentality. I spent my 2 months from 04.07.2016 to 04.09.2016 with SportleMe GmbH and that was a good experience for me. If I had a chance I can spend my 4 months more with my HE, Stefan Feirer.
In 2 months I learnt many things about online business and worked for Sportle GmbH’s Turkey market strategies. I helped to company for adapt their system to Turkey market and they share their experiences with me. We want to carry out successful business and develop business between Turkey and Austria.
Profile of the entrepreneurs:
Gökhan Katiboğlu. 2 months from 04.07.2016 to 04.09.2016. His sector is online shopping. He was looking to learn how online business works in European countries and European marketing strategies.
Stefan Feirer. Online business. Vienna. He was looking for to plan to further expand their operations to other countries.
Quote of the NE
It is very important for his company to work together with entrepreneurs from different countries. He strongly believe in diversity and benefiting from different ways of viewing things. His expectation is to create a win-win situation where the young entrepreneur can gain a lot of knowledge about their company and they can gain knowledge about Turkey market.
Quote of the HE
For have a broad vision it’s very important to see business in different countries. For this reason EYE program is good opportunity to gain experience in different European countries.
New and experienced entrepreneurs shall apply for the programme via the web page www.erasmus-entrepreneurs.eu
For further information about the programme:
Ms. A. Sarateanu, CSCS
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