Venue: Turkish Cultural Center 560 Lexington Ave 16th Floor New York, NY 10022
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Food and Drink Availability: Yes
Moderator: Cetin Guzel,
Panelists: Erhan Cevikel,
bugun.com Umit Sencan,
tnetus.com Koray Yilmaz,
tulumba.com Mesut Darendeli,
Prior to starting tulumba.com, Koray was President of WorldLink Telecom, a NY based communications company. During his eight year tenure at WorldLink, Koray helped grow a small company into an large enterprise with offices in various countries. Koray received his MBA from Columbia University in 1994 with a concentration in Finance and International Marketing.
Erhan Cevikel is founder of bugun.com. He is also Senior Project Manager at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. He manages multiple medium to large-scale inter-disciplinary programs and projects by implementing project management methodology as defined by the PMO. He started his career as software engineer in 1994 working for
Umit Sencan is the founder of TNet Technology. He started his entrepreneurship in 1991 in Istanbul by starting up a business that sells OEM hardware equipments. In 2000 he started Vardata selling second hand network and server products. His entrepreneurship in US has begun in 2004 which led him to relocate to New York in 2005. He is now T-Net Technology selling network and hardware products.
Demonstrated expertise in building seed-stage ideas and integrating them into web-based applications and products. Focused on business strategies and business-centric technology solutions. Currently pursuing PhD. at Columbia University. President at Rhxo Technology Group. Specialties are Software Development, Product Management, Business Models, Start-ups.
Cetin Guzel is the founder and CEO of NesTECH, LLC. Mr. Guzel is referred to as the “Technology Expert” in the field of Information Technology. A hard worker and Entrepreneur. Mr. Guzel’s expertise and knowledge has reached companies from J.P Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Microban and to the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management in New York City under then Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.