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    ICYEN 1ST BM - EUROPE REGION COORDINATOR PRESENTATION ICYEN 1ST BM - EUROPE REGION COORDINATOR PRESENTATION Presentation Transcript

    • ICYEN Europe Region Coordinator Strategy Presentation Young MUSIAD
    • AGENDA ICYEN 1. YOUNG MUSIAD 2. REGIONAL VIEW 3. EFFORTS 4. MEMBERSHIP 5. FINANCE 6. PROJECTS 7. SCHEDULE 8. EUROPE OFFICE CONTACT ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • YOUNG MUSIAD ICYEN  Young MUSIAD is an organization that has been established with the purpose of passing on MÜSİAD’s experiences of high morality and high technology to young entrepreneurs and young managers; struggling to develop social and economical areas through social interdependence and communion culture; and create young and conscious perspective that is committed to its history and determine the future. Our Mission  To provide to our members personal training opportunities, experiences sharing meetings and academic publications.  To develop the trade and corporation between Young MUSIAD members.  To become a bridge between the universities, private sector and civil society and play an active role in EU negotiations process by developing new projects.  To make entrepreneurs meet with the private sector to gain business experienceceHQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7 212 465 3939 /
    • YOUNG MUSIAD FAMILY ICYEN  has got now 2208 members in 32 cities.  Number of the Members who have own company : 65 %  Number of the Student Members: 23 %  Professional Employees : 12 %HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7 212 465 3939 /
    • YOUNG MUSIAD- ORGANIZATIONS ICYEN  The International Young Entrepreneurship Congress (9-10 December 2011 )  Experience Sharing Meetings  International business trips  Entrepreneurship Education  Organizing local and international panels  Sectorial Activities, Educational and Technical Tours  Social and cultural Activities  Social Responsibility projects  Books and Libraries Campaign  Blood Donation Campaign  Theater and Cultural Bridge Project  Village Development Project  Help to Somali Project  We are at Van for the EidHQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7 212 465 3939 /
    • REGIONAL VIEW ICYEN  According to our last researches, there are around 50 million muslims live in European Region(excluding Turkey). Considering 1.63 billion muslims live in the world, this is significantlly small number. HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7 212 465 3939 /
    • REGIONAL VIEW - PROBLEMS ICYEN  The biggest problem in Non-Islamic countries is surely Islam phobia. This disallows Muslims to get under one roof.  The Muslim NGOs within this region cannot increase the number of their members due to the fraction between the Muslim Population depending on the nationalities. For Example ,Turkish Societies, Pakistanian Societies, African Societies. Ext.  Unfortunately, The economical situation of Muslims live in European region is not in well situation.  The majority of the Muslims live in Europe are immigrants who immigrated to the countries within this region in order to possess a better living standards. This is why these people are mostly working in fields which natives do not want to work. Therefore, it is difficult for the new generation to grew up as an «Entrepreneur» since they either want to choose a professional carrier which is a secure way to carry on their lives or to continue working at hard works.HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7 212 465 3939 /
    • MEMBERSHIP ICYENOur Direct Connections The Counter ConnectionsMuslim Council of Britain, UK HOTIAD , NetherlandYoung Musiad Germany, Germany Italy, Through PBFADEC, Macedonia MUSIAD Focal PointsAsım Durmuş , FranceMahinur Özdemir, BelgiumKKTC Chamber of Commerce, North CyprusCAIR, USA ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • MEMBERSHIP- MUSIAD MOU ICYEN The List NGOs which MUSIAD Signed Memorandum of Understanding Casablanca Chamber Of Commerce, Industry & Services Algeria Algerian Business Forum (CCISC) Morocco Algerian Economic Club Rabat Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services Association Of Moroccan Businessmen Chittagong Chamber of Commerce and Industry Dhaka chamber of commerce and Industry Niger Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture, Industry and CraftsBangladesh Industrialists and Businessmen Association of Bangladesh Industrialists and Businessmen Welfare Foundation Oman Oman Chamber Of Commerce And Industry Burma Turkey Business Center (MYANMAR) Islamic Chamber of Commerce and Industry Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry Pakistan Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Crafts ofCameroon Cameroon Gujrat chamber of Commerce and Industry Alexandria Business Association (ABA) Palestine Trade Center Egypt Arab Union for Real Estate Development (AURD) Palestinian Business Forum Arabian Group for Development The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Ramallah Palestine The Federation of Palestinian Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture The German Association for Small and Medium-sizedGermany Businesses EAMAR Association For Economic Development Saudi Iran Iranian Business For Future (IBF) Arabia Menaret Business Association Iran Chamber of Commerce Industries and Mines (ICCIM) Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) Mosul Agriculture Chamber Serbia Regional Chamber of Economy (NIS) Iraq Iraqi Businessmen Union Federation of Iraqi Chamber of Commerce Singapore Singapore Malay Chamber of Commerce and Industry Najaf Chamber of Commerce Singapore Confederation of IndustriesIndonesia Jakarta Chamber of Commerce and Industry Aleppo Chamber of Commerce Special Agency of the Milan Chamber of Commerce for Syria Italy International Activities Federation Chambers of Commerce of Syrian Damascus Chamber of Commerce Jordan AL-RAKHAA Businessmen Cooperative Association Amman Chamber of Commerce Jordan Chamber of Commerce Soutf Jordan Chamber of Industry Africa Islamic Business Chamber Korea Foreign Trade Center For SMEs Sudan Sudanese Businessmen and Employers Federation Lebanese Businessmen Forum (LBF) Lebanon Economy and Business Association (AIWA) Tataristan The Union of Crimean Tatar BusinessmenLithuania Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists (LPK) Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry U.A.E. Association for Development and Economic CooperationMacedonia (ADEC) Industrialist Union Society Independent Businessmen & Industrialists Association of World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF) Uganda Uganda (IBIAU) Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) USA American-Turkish Chamber of Commerce (ATCOM) Malaysia Malaysia International Chamber of Commerce and Industry Group of Independent Muslim Businessmen of Malaysia (IMBM) Yemen Yemeni Businessmen Club (YBC)Mauritania Mauritania Businessmen’s Association ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • United Kingdom - Muslim Council of Britain ICYEN• Today, Islam is the second largest religion in UK with around 2.9 million muslim population.• A 2009 survey of the attitudes of British Muslims found 77% said they identified "very strongly" with the UK, compared to 50% of the general public.However, only 7% of Muslims in Britain think of themselves as British first, with 81% thinking of themselves as Muslim firstMCB:• The MCB is a national representative Muslim umbrella body with over 500 affiliated national, regional and local organizations, mosques, charities and schools. The MCB is pledged to work for the common good of society as a whole; encouraging individual Muslims and Muslim organizations to play a full and participatory role in public life. ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • Germany - Young Musiad Berlin Germany ICYEN• As of 2009, there are 4.3 million Muslims in Germany (5.4% of the population).• Muslims first came to Germany as part of political relations between Germany and• the Ottoman Empire in the 18th century, and this figure rose to 4.3 in two decades• after 1961.• The Worldwide NGO Directory lists 607 total organizations in Germany.• Transparency International, an anti-corruption NGO, is among the Global Journal’s• 2012 Top 100 Best NGOs.Young Musiad Berlin Germany:• There are 7 MUSIAD Branches in Germany. Only Berlin Holds Young Musiad Branch under its roof. As a result, as Young Musiad we are really powerful in Germany. ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • Macedonia - ADEC ICYEN• Muslims in the Republic of Macedonia form roughly one-third of the nations total population .• It has the fifth largest Muslim population in Europe by percentage after Turkey (99%), Kosovo (90%), Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina (47%).Association for Development and Economic Cooperation (ADEC) :• ADEC is an assocaition that was establiested to support development within Macedonia. MUSIAD has signed a MOU agreement with this association. They have welcomed us last year during our visit to Balkans. ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • France – Asım Durmus ICYEN• Mr. Durmus will talk about france more deeply. ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • Belgium- Mahinur Özdemir ICYEN• An 2008 estimation shows that 6% of the Belgian population, about 628,751, is Muslim• Muslims cover 25.5% of the population of Brussels, 4.0% of Wallonia and 3.9% of FlandersMahinur Özdemir:• Turkish, Brussels Woman Deputy.• In April 2009, she got the 11th and last seat of her party in the Parliament of Brussels, and became the youngest Deputy of the Region and Country. She is in charge of environmental commissions, planning and social affairs.• She has good relations and projects with various Muslim NGOs within Eurpoean Region along with Young MUSIAD ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • North Cyprus, ICYEN• Today there are an estimated 264,172 Muslims based in the Turkish Republic of North Cyprus.• Until 1974, Turkish Cypriots (the Muslim community of Cyprus) made up 18% of the islands populationNorth Cyprus Chamber Of Commerce Youth Council:• The Youth Council of NC Chammber of Commerce.• One of the founders of ICYEN in Baku. ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • Finance ICYEN Visits for/with • MUSİAD, • Sponsorships, • Ministry of Economy, • Ministry of Youth and Sport, • Ministry of Science and Technology, • Ministry of EU Relations ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • PROJECTS ICYEN 1) New Members • As Young Musiad, we belive the major project of all the founder members should be bringing new members to the Network. This is why our only project would be this for this year. 2) Help other Regional Coordinators for Networking • As well as MUSIAD, Young MUSIAD has also good relations with various NGOs all around the world. We will be more than happy to share this information with corresponding regional coordinators ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • PROJECTS ICYEN • Yallah Shabab - Kuwait: One of the most important Young NGO in Kuwait. It is well known especially with its organizations for the young entrepreneurs. • Ruwwad Business Club: The most active club of Kuwait GUST University. Organizes International projects with its active members. • Youth PBF: The Youth Council of Philistine Business Forum, which was established to serve the Palestinian businessmen who live all around the world. There are around 300 active members. • IBIA - Egypt: One of the first Businessmen Association in Egypt. With its young board members in the past years, It has started supporting young entrepreneurship in Egypt. • EBDA Youth Council- Egypt: It was established a little before the revolution in Egypt. Currently it is the biggest organization that represent the businessmen in Alexandria. Even though its youth Council is newly established they have performed serious projects for the youth of Egypt. • Qatar Chamber of Commerce Youth Council - Qatar: It was founded by the Qatar Chamber of Commerece to support establisment Youth NGOs in Qatar • ABF Youth Council- Algeria: The Youth council of the only NGO in Algeria called ABF. ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • SCHEDULE ICYEN • Already started support & sponsorship meetings with the ministries. • It is hard to specify a calendar from now. However, after arranging meetings with European NGOs we believe we will perform at least 4-5 trips to European Region. ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
    • EUROPE OFFICE ICYENAbdulsamet TEMEL Safa Yasin OKUMUS Europe Region Coordinator Europe Region RepresentativeHe is Turkish National. He is Turkish National.He is Europe Region He is Europe RegionCoordinator of ICYEN, Representitive ofVice President of ICYEN, President ofExecutive Board of Executive Board ofGorkem Yapi Group, Okumuslar Iç ve Dısand the President of Tic.A.Ş. and ViceYoung MUSIAD. President of Young MUSIAD.Faruk AKBAL Hakan DEMIR Europe Region Representative Europe Region RepresentativeHe is TurkishNational. He is Turkish National.He is Europe Region He is Europe RegionRepresentative of Representative ofICYEN, Member of ICYEN , GeneralExecutive Board of Coordinator of YoungFuzul Group, and Vice MUSIAD.President of YoungMUSIAD. ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org ICYEN
    • CONTACT ICYEN FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR ANY FURTHER INFORMATION ICYEN EUROPE Young MUSIAD, Sutluce Mah. Imrahor Cad. No: 28, 34445 Beyoglu/Istanbul/TURKEY T: +90 212 222 0406 F: +90 212 210 5082 www.oicyen.org / europe@oicyen.org ICYEN HQ Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor, 34149, Yesilkoy/Istanbul/TURKEY T: +90 212 465 3939 F: +90 212 465 3670 www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org ICYEN ICYF-DC / ICYEN HQ: Istanbul World Trade Center, A3 7th Floor. 34149 TURKEY / T: +90 212 465 3939 / F: +90 212 465 3670 / www.oicyen.org / office@oicyen.org
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