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In 2006, Turkuaz was not only published in print, but was also serving the community through its website.
The website, published as a newsportal, helped Turkuaz quickly become a household name, and the success story inspired countless Turkish Expats to use the name for their own company, project or group.
Turkish expats, who in the world of business tend to suffer from an identity crisis abroad, felt safe with the name Turkuaz.
Today, many international Turkish companies, countless restaurants around the world and even a "Miss Turkuaz" beauty contest in Europe all share the name Turkuaz, although they are run by independent business owners.
"Turkuaz gradually became an international name and a welcoming platform for Turkish Expats worldwide. I can only be proud to have initiated such an influential movement."
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Flying to more countries than any other airline, Turkish Airlines invites all world citizens to explore the planet, with a clip that features the global journeys of three Americans who flew outside the US for the first time with Turkish Airlines.
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Boasting numerous academic affiliations in the US, Turkish-American doctor Çilingiroğlu is one of the key reference on Turkish television. The ongoing Coronavirus coverage made him a household name.
Teaching disadvantaged kindergarteners, Bayazıt is shortlisted among 12,000 nominations in 140 countries for the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, in partnership with UNESCO.
Turkish-German scientist Sahin's immunotherapy company BioNTech is teaming up with pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to develop and distribute a vaccine for Coronavirus (Covid-19).
Turkish-German scientist Tureci serves as the Chief Medical Officer at her husband Ugur Sahin's immunotherapy company BioNTech, developing a vaccine for Coronavirus.
Post-doctoral researcher in migration and refugees at University of Oxford, Korkmaz’s work 'Memoirs in my suitcase' on Turkish immigrants is on exhibit at the Pitt Rivers Museum in London.
With more than 20 years of experience in implementing planning, pricing and optimization solutions in global companies in U.S. and Europe, Denizeri made it to this year's Pro's to Know list.
Researcher at the University of Manchester, BP's ICAM Kathleen Lonsdale Research Fellow, materials chemist Ahu Dumanlı is awarded £1 million for research funds on bio-inspired functional materials.
Founder of DLD (Degisim Liderleri Dernegi), Turkish-American NGO leader Basol is touring the US, promoting her first book 'Kıvılcımlar', on the inspirational stories of young women at DLD.
Turkish-German Psychologist and Psychotraumatology expert Kızılhan reads from his new book 'Dilan' at E-Werk in Berlin, Germany. He is the Director of two Institutes in Germany and in Iraq.
Revered historian Mehmet Perincek is on a book tour in Russia and Azerbaijan, promoting his recent work ‘Secret Pages', a study that outlines 500 years of Turkish-Russian diplomacy.
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Turkuaz is the premier source of community news, celebrity interviews, fashion and lifestyle of International Turks around the world.
The mission of Turkuaz is to provide an ongoing forum in which Turkish Expats can connect, share and inspire one another.
Since its first issue in 2002, Turkuaz has evolved from a community-oriented quarterly in San Francisco, to a cultural publication in the US, and now a digital video-magazine that caters to the collective experience of Turks living abroad.