An entrepreneurship summit in Washington brings together around 150 entrepreneurs from Muslim-majority countries and Muslim communities around the world. Exploring areas of partnership and ways to drive economic and social innovation, the summit will also play an important role in keeping the peace between the two worlds, says a Turkish attendee.
Hurriyet Daily News:
Approximately 150 entrepreneurs from Muslim-majority countries and Muslim communities will participate in a two-day summit in Washington, D.C., on Monday and Tuesday with the aim to strengthen ties among business leaders, foundations and social entrepreneurs.
Baybars AltuntaÅŸ, chief executive officer and founder of Deulcom International, a Turkish education company, is one of the entrepreneurs who will be in the United States as an invitee of President Barack Obama. Read full article.