With the third issue of the journal, I’m proud to say that we have come a long way thanks to the great positive feedback we have received from our readers. In the last year, 2014-2015, we have seen a tremendous growth in the number of Turkish origin companies invested in Southwest region of the United States.
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Upcoming Events

Panel Discussion Luncheon: “Houston Real-Estate Investment Opportunities”

American Business Turkic Council dba Texas Turkish American Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Cathay Bank, Houston Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, and German American Chamber of Commerce-Southwest will be hosting a panel discussion luncheon focusing on Houston real-estate investment opportunities.

Date: Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016
Time: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Location: Raindrop Turkish House


Houston-Oklahoma Business Summit

American Turkic Business Council is happy to announce a 4-city summit taking place between March 6th and 14th. The summit will begin in Houston, TX, and continue with Oklahoma, OK, Dallas, TX, and conclude in New York, NY.

Date: March 6-14, 2016
Location: Houston, TX – Oklahoma, OK – Dallas, TX – New York, NY
For more information contact Denise Ben via or 404-729-6538.


TradeGlobal: 2016 Global Trade & Business Summit

American Turkic Business Council in partnership with its sister organization, Turkish American Chamber is proudly hosting the 2016 Global Trade & Business Summit.

Until your business has penetrated and succeeded in the American economy, only then can you be considered a truly global and international business. Give your business a chance at becoming Global!

Participants at this business summit will include manufacturers of consumer goods, online businesses, retailers, real estate developers and construction.

Additional event details and daily schedule can be found in the TradeGlobal website.

Date: March 13-16, 2016
Location: New York – Washington, D.C.



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Latest Event

Port of Houston Authority Business Trip Presentation & Tour
On January 28th, 2016, American Turkic Business Council & Texas Turkish American Chamber organized a business trip to the Port of Houston. Members had the opportunity to explore the Port and learn more about it through an informative presentation by Trade Development Manager, Mr. Ricardo Arias.

Before the beginning of the presentation, the business members and prospective investors introduced themselves and the type of business they hope to do. Mr. Arias emphasized that the Port of Houston hopes to become as asset and a base of information.

Mr. Arias started the presentation with a brief history. The Port of Houston officially opened to traffic in 1914, after Harris County Houston Ship Channel Navigation District decided to start construction to build something for more serious business in 1911. By 1926, the channel was dredged to 30 feet. The Port of Houston Authority has grown so much that it handles 67% of the containerized cargo in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.

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