Levent Ağaoğlu

Intellectual, Şair ve Yazar

Doğum
20 Eylül, 1958
Eğitim
Marmara Üniversitesi Siyasal Bilgiler Fakültesi
Burç

Intellectual, Author, Poet

Levent Ağaoğlu was born in Fatih, Istanbul, in the historical peninsula, Vakıf Gureba (20 September 1958), and grew up on Mutemet Street and Aksemsettin. He likes to have the attitude and determination that Sultan Fatih Mehmed embroidered on his Tuğra: ALWAYS.

International trade professional since 1983.

He lived in Hong Kong from 1997 to 2001; He always heard the footsteps of the approaching Great Asian Century.

In pursuit of İsmail Gaspıralı's ideal of  “Unity in Language, Idea and Work”, he is working on the book series Turkish House, Intellectuality and Initiative. He is writing down observations and experiences .

 

Levent Ağaoğlu was graduated from Faculty of Political Sciences of Marmara University in 1980 and post graduated from Bosphorus (Boğaziçi) University Faculty of Administrative Sciences on Public Policy and Public Administration in 1984. He has studied Export Encouragement Policy with Export Incentives as a Public Policy Implementation in Turkey in Planned Period (1962-1986).

He is fluent in English and speaks Mandarin Chinese.

 

@agaoglulevent

agaoglulevent@gmail.com

http://leventagaoglu.blogspot.com.tr/

http://www.balkanpazar.org/

 

Family History

 

Turkey, Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bulgaria

 

Balkan Yoruks https://leventagaoglu.blogspot.com/2019/06/balkan-yorukleri.html

Family History, Rumelia https://leventagaoglu.blogspot.com/2019/08/family-history-rumelia.html

WORKS 

1.                   BOOKS TO BE PUBLISHED YAYINLANACAK EERLER

2.                   PUBLICATIONS YAYINLANMIŞ ESERLER

3.                   INTERVIEWS SÖYLEŞİLER

4.                   CONFERENCES (VIDEOS) KONFERANSLAR

5.                   INTERVIEWS SÖYLEŞİLER

6.                   SOCIAL MEDIA SOSYAL MEDYA

BOOKS TO BE PUBLISHED  

 

TURKISH  HOUSE SERIES

 

1.                   India: Indian Subcontinent and Travels in India

2.                   Cyprus: Cyprus is the center of the World

3.                   Cultural Exchanges Between Turks and Chinese Turks and Chinese

4.                   Balkanpazar as a Regional Dynamism

5.                   First Turkey First Magical Country of the "Firsts"

6.                   The Fertile Crescent

7.                   The First Known Human Settlement is in Çatalhöyük, Turkey

8.                   Similar Proverbs of Turks and Chinese

9.                   Rumelia Culture

10.                Conventions: Rum. Rumelia

11.                Cannabis Place Names

IDEAS

 

1.                   Oğuz Kağan, 234-174 (BC)

2.                   Bilge Tonyukuk, 646-724

3.                   Bilge Kağan, 683-734

4.                   Kültigin, 684-731

5.                   Ebu Hanife, 699-767

6.                   Musa El Harezmi, 780-850

7.                   İmam Maturidi, 852-944

8.                   Farabi, 872-951 

9.                   El Biruni, 973-1048

10.                İbni Sina,  980-1037

11.                Kaşgarlı Mahmud, 1008-1105

12.                Yusuf Has Hacib, 1017-1077

13.                Nizamülmülk, 1018-1092

14.                Ömer Hayyam, 1048-1131

15.                Gazzali, 1058-1111

16.                Ahmet Yesevi, 1093-1166

17.                Şeyh Edebali, 1206-1326

18.                Mevlana, 1207-1273

19.                Hacı Bektaşı Veli, 1209-1271

20.                Yunus Emre, 1240-1321

21.                Society, State and Bureaucracy in Prince Sabahaddin

22.                Water And Human Civilisation

23.                Knowledge And Imagination

KNOW HOW CHINA

 

1.                   Chinese Philosophy and Water

2.                   Chinese Proverbs

3.                   Basic Concepts of Chinese Civilisation 

4.                   China's Cultural CodeWords

 

BUSINESS

1.                   Encouragement of Export in Theory and Practice with special reference to Turkey's Experiment During Planned Period of 1963-1986

2.                   Theories of Protectionism and FreeTrade

3.                   Turkey: Barter Hub of the World

4.                   Turkey: Barter Center for Developing 8

5.                   Barter Cooperation Project

6.                   365 Ways to Management

7.                   Business and Leadership

8.                   Dragons at Your Door: Dragon Innovations 

9.                   Innovation

10.                Japan and Innovation

11.                Printing and Publishing Abbreviations

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

 

BOOKS

 

· Kıbrıs-Afrin Hattı  (Cyprus-Afrin Line), Hiperlink Publications, May 2018

 

· Kıbrıs Dünyanın Merkezidir (Cyprus is the Center of the World), Hiperlink Publications 2018

 

· Düşünce Sizsiniz (You are the Thought), Interview with Prof. Dr. İsmail Hakkı Aydın, Girdap Kitap, Istanbul. 2018

 

 

ARTICLES

EXPORT

Export Vision

İhracat Vizyonu, İkitelli OSB Haber Dergisi,

http://leventagaoglu.blogspot.com/2016/08/ihracat-vizyonu-turkiye-merkezli.html

 

GLOBALIZATION-REGIONALISATION

 

 

Globalization, Regionalization and Turkey

Küreselleşme, Bölgeselleşme ve Türkiye, Made in Turkey dergisi, Mart-Nisan 2003

Made in Turkey magazine, March-April 2003

 

Globalization, Regionalization and Turkey

Küreselleşme, Bölgeselleşme ve Türkiye, Deri’s, Mart 2003          

Leather's, March 2003

 

 

ASIA-PACIFIC

 

Trade with Turkey, Pakistan

Türkiye’nin Pakistan ile Ticareti Akdeniz'den Pasifik'e: Stratejik Ticaret Ortaklıkları ile Ilgili Arayışlar-1 Türkiye'nin Pakistan ile Ticareti, Avrasya Dosyası, Sonbahar-Kış 1998/1999, ss.172 – 187. Eurasian File, Autumn-Winter 1998/1999

 

 

CHINA

 

Chinese Courses (2) Interview with Hall OĞUZ

September 25, 1997-The authors' nationality

http://www.milliyet.com.tr/1997/09/25/yazar/oguz.html

From  Mediterranean to the Pacific

Akdeniz’den Pasifik’e, Made in Turkey, Temmuz-Ağustos 2002   

Made in Turkey in July-August 2002

 

We have to make our niche at New Mediterranean

TURKISHTIME May 2004

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1G39eEGhvx1X2RWWklDd1lpUURsWEQ4OUZ1SndSeWl1WFNn/view

 

 

BALKANS

 

Balkans and Turkey

Made in Turkey magazine, January-February 2003

Balkanlar ve Türkiye, Made in Turkey dergisi, Ocak-Şubat 2003   

http://www.balkanpazar.org/balkanlar_ve_turkiye.html

 

Balkanpazar

Made in Turkey magazine, May-June 2003

http://www.balkanpazar.org/balkanpazar.html

http://www.balkanpazar.org/balkanlardaki_pazarlar.html

 

 

Historical Origin of the fight over the name of Macedonia

Agenda of the World, April 2005

Makedonya İsmi İle ilgili Kavganın Tarihsel Kökeni,

Dünya Gündemi, Nisan 2005

 

Seeking an alternative to the European Union Unity

Avrupa Birliği’ne Alternatif Modeller

Agenda of the World, April 2005

 

Balkan Countries’ Foreign Trade and Turkey,

Rumelia Sound, May 2005

Balkan Ülkelerinin Dış Ticareti ve Türkiye,

Rumeli'nin Sesi, Mayıs 2005  

 

Our Architectural Heritage in the Balkans is Destructed,

World Agenda, June 2005

Balkanlardaki Mimari Mirasımız Tahrip Ediliyor,

Dünya Gündemi, Haziran 2005

 

 

LEATHER TANNING

 

Regionalism and Leather

Bölgeselleşme ve Dericilik, Deri’s, Nisan 2003

Leather's, April 2003

 

Regionalization and Turkish leather

Bölgeselleşme ve Türk Dericiliği, Deri’s, Haziran-Temmuz 2003

Leather's June-July 2003

 

Leather Eastern Europe and the Balkans, from 1 to 2

Leather's September-October 2003

Leather's, November, December 2003

Tuna'nın Deri Yakası: Doğu Avrupa ve Balkanlar'da Dericilik,1-2,

Deri’s, Eylül-Ekim 2003, Kasım-Aralık 2003

http://www.balkanpazar.org/dericilik.asp

 

 

Leather Side of the Danube: Regionalization and Turkish Leather,

Deri’s, June-July 2003

Tuna'nın Deri Yakası: Bölgeselleşme ve Türk Dericiliği,

Deri’s, Haziran-Temmuz 2003

 

 

Leather of the Danube: Regionalization and Leather,

Deri’s, April 2003

Tuna'nın Deri Yakası: Bölgeselleşme ve Dericilik,

Deri’s, Nisan 2003

 

 

INTERVIEWS

 

Chinese Lesson (1) Interview with Şeref OĞUZ, Milliyet, 24 September 1997-Authors, http://www.milliyet.com.tr/1997/09/24/yazar/oguz.html

 

Chinese Lesson (2) Interview with Şeref OĞUZ, Milliyet, 25 September 1997-Authors, http://www.milliyet.com.tr/1997/09/25/yazar/oguz.html

 

We must take our place in the New Mediterranean, Turkish Time, May 2004, We have to make our niche at New MediterraneanTURKISHTIME May 2004 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1G39eEGhvx1X2RWWklDd1lpUURsWEQ4OUZ1SndSeWl1WFNn/view

 

CONFERENCES (VIDEOS)

 

Moderator Night: Cyprus-Afrin Line Book Levent Ağaoğlu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3azgbHf0ww

Lausanne Conference-1. STEP. Eurasia One https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hcc7suZh-CA&t=872s

 

Lausanne Conference-2. STEP. Eurasia One https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFj8ZTaBGxM

 

Kutadgu Bilig Conference - ASAM. Eurasia One https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aWcCni0OZM

 

Bilge Vezir Tonyukuk Conference, Hoca Ahmet Yesevi Foundation https://leventagaoglu.blogspot.com/2018/08/hoca-ahmet-yesevi-vakf-bilge-vezir.html

 

Tuesday Meetings.Bilge Tonyukuk, May 2017 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10155762452174453&set=pcb.10155762453679453&type=3&theat is

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

· FACEBOOK (2012) https://www.facebook.com/lagaogl

· TWITTER (2014) @agaoglulevent

· LINKEDIN (2012) https://www.linkedin.com/in/levent-a%c4%9fao%c4%9flu-6a470644/4

· INSTAGRAM (2018) https://www.instagram.com/levent_agaoglu/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THOUGHTS

THOUGHTS

 

  MIND MAP AND AWARENESS   

  FINDINGS  

  LEVENT AĞAOĞLU’S THOUGHTS  

 

MIND MAP AND AWARENESS;

 

  

1. Language; The world's most mobile and rich language

2. Power of Thought, Thought, Contemplation, Intellectuals

3. Our Thought Codes. Our Ideas

4. Orientation to resources

5. Different perspectives, Interaction

 

6. “Sun is flag, Sky is tent ”Oghuz Kagan

7. “I am Wise Tonyuquq”

8. Unity at “Language, Idea, Work” by Ismail Gaspirali

9. Mehmet Akif Ersoy, my fellow citizen both from Kosovo and Fatih district, Istanbul. Poet of Turkish Flag and last smoking fire.

10. Outer World, Sharp Eye

 

11. Doing, Writing, Publishing

12. Time, Ground, Mind

13. Trying to understand

14. Greater Asia, Africa, Eurasia

15. Lack of memorization

 

16. None: Definitive judgments, prejudices and stereotypes

17. Author, Intellectual, Entrepreneur

18. Power of Question: Each opinion is a question

19. Turkish House, Turkestan, Turkey

20. Internationality

Findings

 

1. Zero (Tonyuquq Monument, Khorezmi, Milion Stone in Istanbul)

2. Justinian and Magnificent Suleiman ( Laws, Hagia Sophia, Suleymaniye Mosque)

3. Wellington House

4. Bilge Tonyukuk; first writer,  Wise Power

5. Dirty Dictionary

6. Hagia Sophia: Kutadgu Bilig

 

 

LEVENT AĞAOĞLU’S THOUGHTS

 

2019

 

We, the Turks also should have The Turkish Museum, similar to The British Museum. August 2019

 

Healthy economy is not by growing. But by development. Turkey's industrialization experience between 1967-1980 is a good experience of development. August 2019

 

The world is a two-centered structure and both centers are inhabited by Turks. The vast Turkestan area between Europe and China is the Mediterranean in the steppe. Oasis cities are like Mediterranean ports. Located between Asia and Europe continents and extending to the Mediterranean, Asia Minor Turkey is also an ancient center again; the key of the world. It contained between Asia and Europe and Asia for the big show similar characteristics with the geography of Asia Minor, also known as the "Mediterranean extends as head of a mare" Turkey is an ancient center again; is the lock of the world. May 10, 2019

 

We have a rich and wandering language which names 5000 places in Turkish in the world. Turkish language have named the places in 100 countries. German has only named places in 30 countries. World language English 79 countries. French 76 countries. June 2, 2019

 

The subject of science diplomacy mentioned by Professor Mehmet Hasgüler is the golden key. In Northern Cyprus, students from 110 countries are being educated. Northern Cyprus is like the UN. On the other hand, Southern Cyprus does not have such an ambition and advantage. June 30, 2019

The occupation of Jerusalem by the Crusaders in 1099, Greek coup in Cyprus in 1974, Turkey Coup in 2016 always happened in July 15. The United States consideration of Jerusalem reference is the importance attributed to the holy land. Palestine, Cyprus, Turkey are sacred grounds with monotheistic religions July 15, 2019

 

2018

The Turkish House spirit, which Yahya Kemal Beyatlı, the Great Poet and Intellectual expressed during the War of Independence has to be followed as a lovely mission with humanity. Jun 30, 2018

 

2000 years old Silk Road is multicultural, 5 years old BRI is monopolistic. Why China has changed historical heritage with a new concept? September 2018

 

2017

Our state model should extend from the Ottomans to Göktürk origin. Orkhon connection is missing. Istanbul-Samarkand-Orkhon thought / mission line. February 12, 2017

China India Turkey; Firsts..Asia Rising..January 2017

The Turkish password is Zero;

• Bilge Tonyukuk Inscription, (0 starting point)

• The Harezmi Algorithm of the House of Wisdom and (0 Number)

• Secrets of the Hagia Sophia Mosque (0 Meridian) 15 November 2017

 

The value of an idea is huge like a treasure even though it is a minor one. November 3, 2017

 

2016

Great Treasure in the World;

Mind Clearance

Depth of Idea

Insight of Heart

Brightness of Eye

January 23, 2016

 

New World. Rising Asia centered by Turkey (Asia Minör) Russia and China. September 2016

British mercantism called the two countries commodities. Turkey (Turkey bird) and China (Porcelain). May 2016

 

Ahmed Yesevi, Greatest Turkish Sufi. Collections of Wisdom in Turkish. January 2016

 

Great Asia Thought: Asian Age on the Horizon to start soon..September 2016

Turkish Thinkers and Thoughts. http://leventagaoglu.blogspot.com/2016/09/turkish-thinkers-and-thoughtsturk.html September 2016

 

ASIA (India and China) will compete for the wealthy sources of AFRICA on the rise.  KEY BASINS: Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean. January 2016

 

They Embodied Our Constitution to the Stones  

- Bilge Kagan

- Tonyukuk

- Kultigin

August 27, 2016

 

Turkish word of gönül cannot be translated to the western languages. February 2016

 

Which Sophia?

Philosophia or Hagia Sophia

November 21, 2016

 

The meanings of Hagia Sophia and Kutadgu Bilig are the same; Wise Knowledge. November 25, 2016

Justinianus and Magnificent Suleiman have the same meanings; Lawful. November 25, 2016

Istanbul, which was conquered with great ideas should conquer the world with its intellectuals. Istanbul is the center of the world, Fatih is the center of Istanbul. February 6, 2016

Turkish language has the horses running in our tongue. 3 January 2016

There is no reference to one native thinker in the book of thought education. http://ogretmenler.com/images/PDFLER/mufredat/meb2015_dnmeeitimitaslak.pdf May 15, 2016

 

 

2015

Turkish is a major export item. October 19, 2015

20% of our national income is export. How do we get to 30%? There are Lebanese merchants all over the Middle East and Africa. Why don't we? August 19, 2015

Why do we constantly import words and concepts from the West? Why don't we just kick it all out? October 19, 2015

Turks like to talk. Turkish language is verbal. Especially idioms;phrasal verbs are the essence of Turkish. December 2015

 

1000 CE started with India and replaced by China after 500 years. 1913 CE started with US and replaced by China in 100 years. January 2015

INITIATIVES

INITIATIVES

 

1.                 BALKANPAZAR.com

2.                 BOOKSONTURKEY.com 

3.                 BILGE TONYUQUQ INSTITUTE

 

·  BALKANPAZAR (2002) Cultural and Commercial Cooperation in the Balkans since 2002 http://www.balkanpazar.org/default_eng.asp

BALKANPAZAR is an initiative to create regional dynamism in Balkan region via regionalization of trade. BALKANPAZAR has a mission to lead trade and culture movement in harmony with the emergence of regional centers.

BALKANPAZAR aims prosperity of intra trade (intertrade) between Balkan countries as major trading pattern and to lessen domination of extra-Balkan trade volume in comparison.

Power of trade and its practical developmental affect is significantly vital herein.

 

BALKANPAZAR will serve as an attraction center effect to us and to the visitors entering to this influence area and gain new acquaintances  and connections to them.

Globalization makes trade contacts vitally important. Trade is to follow up appropriately of the opportunities and usage in correct time. Right decisions can be achieved by reaching to the knowledge from the first hand. By evaluating the chances it means that all BALKANPAZAR friends will enjoy the regional development and prosperity.

BALKANPAZAR is the philosophy of whom that believes trade also develops cultural contacts and friendship between participants. We must  develop our trade in our regions. The synergy with our friends in this region will provide a great economical dynamism  to BALKANPAZAR.

BALKANPAZAR reshapes our commercial inheritance axis in this region, and in parallel to rise of the regional powers pioneers to the movement of culture and trade.

Balkan region has witnesses the rise of an internal market which reaches from Black Sea to Adriatic and all the way to Russia, Central Asia and China.

Thus, from Debrecen in the most northeastern corner of Hungary all the way down to Istanbul, the hub of Euro-Asian trade, contours of a different region than the one defined by political and military mappings of states and armies are beginning to appear. Commerce through Southeastern Europe now reconstitutes the area as both distinct from and integrated into the world economy.

For more than fifteen years, we have been watching  the re-emergence of old trade routes and once forgotten cities as centers of trade in Southeastern Europe. the region has also witnessed the rise of a new merchant class  reconstitution of an internal market which reaches from Hungary to Turkey and from Black Sea to the Adriatic and, some would say, all the way to Russia, central Asia and China. New/Old market centers emerged in all parts of Balkans and central/eastern Europe during last fifteen years. Finally, Istanbul has again become the key commercial center for the entire region.

Trade ways serve as channels not only for the distribution of products but also for the distribution of different cultures. Trade and cultural  streams always mix together and speed up together. We can understand by looking to progress in Mediterranean region and silk road legend.

A new renaissance is in effect in the Balkans. As culturally richest region in the world, Balkans, leave the fluctuations of transitional period of 1990’s and proceed with creation of new universal culture based on the civilizations tracing down to antique era and empires.

Our objective is cooperation and prosperity of Balkan people as Turkish, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Greek, Romanian, Moldovan, Albanian, Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian, Macedonian, Slovenian from Budapest to Istanbul, Gostivar to Varna, Zagreb to Sofia, Skopje to Bursa, Kishinev to Patras, Plovdiv to Erzurum, Danube banks to  Euphrates, Sarajevo to Prizren, Balkan peninsula to Anatolian peninsula, Agean to  Mediterranean, Black Sea to Adriatic.

 

 

 

· BOOKSONTURKEY (2006) www.booksonturkey.com

BOOKS ON TURKEY PUBLISHING GROUP INC.

Istanbul . London . Beijing . Hong Kong . New York . New Delhi 

 

     E-BOOK.  E-PAPER/ARTICLE.  E-BIBLIOGRAPHY.  E-POSTER

 

 

 

 

 

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 Career and Experiences in International Business. 35+ Years

 

http://leventagaoglu.blogspot.com/2019/08/career-and-experiences-in-international.html


INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CAREER & EXPERIENCE

 

A highly motivated Sales and Marketing/Business Development executive with

skills in strategic planning, marketing  intelligence, relationship building and

                                           team leadership.                       

                      

 

                                                SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

 

        Extensive experience with export business.

        Produce successful sales achievements in challenging Greater China and Asia-Pacific markets. Excellent communication skills. 

        Initiative, Innovative, Informative and effective problem solver.

        Highly organized and attentive to details.

        Team player.

        Persistent search for sales/marketing opportunities and strategic information.

        Global understanding and approach.  

 

 

PRIORITIES

 

  1. Global Competitiveness
  2. Innovation
  3. Marketing / Sales
  4. Business Development
  5. Export Penetration
  6. Competitiveness (Global / Regional)
  7. Global Markets / Regional Markets combination
  8. New Markets Development
  9. Strategy Development: Opportunities and Projects
  10. Research and Knowledge Creation/ Sharing

 

 

 

VISITED MARKETS FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

 

ASIA

 

  1. China
  2. Hong Kong
  3. India
  4. Indonesia
  5. Japan
  6. Pakistan
  7. South Korea
  8. Taiwan
  9. Thailand

 

EUROPE

 

  1. Albania
  2. Bulgaria
  3. France
  4. Germany
  5. Greece
  6. Hungary
  7. Italy
  8. Kosovo
  9. Macedonia
  10. Poland
  11. Romania
  12. Slovakia

 

 

MIDDLE EAST

 

1.     Egypt

2.     Iran

3.     Lebanon

4.     Qatar

5.     Saudi Arabia

6.     Syria

 

AFRICA

 

  1. Ethiopia
  2. Tunisia

 

SOUTH AMERICA

 

  1. Brazil

 

 

 

SEMINARS/COURSES ATTENDANCE

 

        9.Industry Congress - Sustainable Competitiveness: Industry and Economic Structural Transformation "7 to 8 December 2010 Istanbul

        6. Congress of Competition - "The Power of the Future Design Competition", November 4, 2010

        5. Congress of Competition - Way out of crisis: Competitiveness, November 13, 2009

        4. Congress of Competition - Global Expectations: Turkey Scenarios for Business Management, 6 November 2008

        3. Congress of Competition - A Discussion on Growth Dynamics, 8 November 2007, Istanbul

        China Conference, Bulletins Sabancı University Competitiveness Forum December 8, 2006, Istanbul

        2. Congress of Competition, 2006 - Competitiveness and Innovation on November 8, 2006, Istanbul

        Ways of Being Successful in Russia on 14 February 2006, Istanbul Chamber of Industry, Odakule

        Meeting of  China, March 4, 2003, Garanti Bank for Foreign Trade Meetings, Istanbul

        Electronic Business Seminar, September 2000, Hong Kong

        Business Mandarin Course, 1998-1999, Hong Kong, KL Language Center

        Plain English Course, 1998, Hong Kong, Polytechnic University

        Strategic Thinking Seminar, Hong Kong, 1997

        Strategic Management Seminar, Prof. Ozer Ertuna, Bogazici University, 1996

        Practical Export Marketing Using Agents and Distributors - September, 1996, Mr.Chris Nooan  Nooan CJN Management Consultancy

        "Facing the Market" Workshop, Clive Wilson,  April 1995-June 1996, Istanbul, Turkey

 

 

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

 

        TOBB Chemistry Council

        Chemical Manufacturers Association of Turkey

·       Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) Chemical Sector Representative in Turkey

 

 

 

COMPETENCIES

 

• Empathic Resolving Power

• General Planning Capability

• Coordination of Information

• Continuous Renovation

• Systematic Research

• Global Competitiveness

• Target Oriented

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Yazar: Tanıtım Bülteni

POSTS ABOUT LEVENT AĞAOĞLU

POSTS ABOUT LEVENT AĞAOĞLU

 

Today, there are very few Turks in the Pacific basin, including China, with an importer identity. For example, in Hong Kong, which is the best point of contact with China, there are close to a hundred Turks. A few others, such as Bottle Glass and Ekinciler, are in Hong Kong as the import link base.

The Turkish exporter, who put all of his eggs in the basket of Europe and America, is missing big opportunities in the Pacific, especially China, the rising star of the next millennium. The actors of our foreign trade, needs an immediate understanding reform.

Levent Ağaoğlu is at the head of the Pacific region of Şişe Cam, Turkish Glass Works. Ağaoğlu prepared two major researches on the Pacific Era and Turkey to be submitted to Mr Güneş Taner, Minister of Economy. He has studied both the Chinese market and the Asia-Pacific market in comparison. I've been studying the research for three days, backed up by an extensive sources. The reports given to Minister Taner should be taken into consideration. Because, since 1988, with the identity of exporter, it contains information about the golden value obtained by Turkish Glass Works Sise Cam from the region. There are observations coming from practice, rather than dry and book report.

The essence of Ağaoğlu's research is; The world's new giant market is formed in this region. Here we can export $ 1 billion in a snap. The Ottomans, who could not get out of the Mediterranean, missed the great opportunity of the Atlantic. Now the Pacific Basin is yet untouched and awaiting the influx of our exporters.

First of all, you'll know the region, the tradition, it is imperative to speak Chinese. The Chinese are tough bargains. They keep respect in everything. The Chinese partner means creating a huge demand. I think we should pay more attention to the Sinology departments of our universities, especially big companies should start employing Chinese-speaking readers and writers.

SMEs must unite and open offices in Hong Kong. Office expenses are very high in this metropolis. Maybe it makes no sense to you, but you better start learning abacus. Even though I'm a guy who travels with an E-cell and an HP handheld computer, I'm saying that English isn't enough to keep up with it. At least 1.5 billion people use the 2,000-year-old Abacus, at least 1 billion people speak the most common language in the world, especially Mandarin. Maybe THY's direct flight here will help our entrepreneur who wants to sail to the Pacific.

Today is the most important day of official contacts in Hong Kong. One-week intensive program, we will see the end of the summit we can tell to what extent the world economy in Turkey.

Şeref Oğuz September 25, 1997 http://www.milliyet.com.tr/writers/cin-desi-2-5375500

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These Anatolian lands that we live on have always maintained their position as a central country in a process that extends from a depth of history that begins with fertile crescent to the energy silk roads of the future.

Unless a rodeo master rides in his agility, these lands have buried many empires of countless conquerors for centuries, with a raving scurvy over him. The eternal worldly power of Alexander, Timur and Hülagü was not enough to hold on to this land.

 

The grandchildren of Oguz, who are the last owners of this Anatolian land extending to the Mediterranean, have been here for a thousand years and challenge the world as the owner of this crazy geography of history. They set up history, build civilizations. In the early years of the third millennium, Oğuz's grandchildren, who attacked with a resurrection move, take steps to rebuild this geography and realize giant projects.

Here, Levent Agaoglu makes a dynamic geography reading on the one hand in this work which he weaves like a lace around the Cyprus symbol. On the other hand, he explores the codes of breaking the geopolitical claws established by the predatory Crusader mentality. It gives clues. It offers a road map that symbolically places Cyprus at its center.

This revelation is sometimes transformed into a poet's strings in his distinctive style, sometimes to the carefully placed cue stones of a traveler, sometimes to the sharp sword of a cavalry, and sometimes to the prayers of a dervish…

You will read this book in a breath with a density that will fit a book in every sentence.

Ahmet Kot

Preface; Cyprus is the Center of the World, 2018

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In these last days of 2018, I wanted to share the news that “You are the Thought” has been published from Girdap Kitap and has taken its place on the shelves everywhere the book is sold.

In contrast to our other books, in fact, “You are the Thought”, is an Interview book. My dear friend, writer and intellectual Mr. Levent Ağaoğlu revealed my ideas, projects, futuristic predictions and even my imaginary world with skillfully asked questions. Ağaoğlu’s analysis and synthesis even has clarified my dreams and Utopia’s.

Prof İsmail Hakkı AydınProf İsmail Hakkı Aydın

https://www.medimagazin.com.tr/authors/ismail-hakki-aydın/tr-iki-bin-on-sekizde-alti-kitap-72-87-4151.html

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I review Levent Ağaoğlu's blog at every opportunity.

A stand-alone institute.

Tonyukuk Institute.

They have a great treasure worth.

There is a magnificent treasure worth of work there.

August 15, 2018

Prof Dr Hikmet Ozdemir

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I did not come across such a style in poetry.

For prose, I can think of Yağmur Atsız.

The concepts you use reflect your mind atlas.

Awesome and spectacular strings.

Staggering...

Dedicating to your mother is elegant and striking.

Fortunately you are present.

 

May 30, 2019

Prof Dr Hikmet Ozdemir

 

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Levent Bey,

You have dealt with a very important issue with your usual cognition.

Recently, as with introduction of nomadic Olympics, the issues of identification of Turkishness with nomadism should be considered carefully.

May 04, 2019

Prof. Dr. Mehmet Akif Okur

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