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Road Map 2015

On May 19, Turkish Canadian Chamber of Commerce in partnership with ABC Association held its second Road Map: “Graduation

and Beyond”, a program, meant to bring

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This event aimed strengthen the social, educational and business ties between young graduates, leading professionals, and experts to create meaningful networks. Professionals spoke about pursuing professional development and success, in an effort to empower our participants, and also taught them important leadership and networking skills necessary for building a successful career.

Theme for Road Map 2015 was “Graduation and Beyond” and it designed to target the business and educational needs of young aspiring graduates and young professionals, including firms and businesses looking for diverse skills and talents to join their workforce. This event provided opportunities to learn more about career transition and to participate in educational and social activities locally and internationally.

In the previous years, the Road Map Leadership Conference has been held in U.S. Guest speakers have attended from both Europe and the United States. This group of individuals included diplomats, parliamentarians, legislators, businesspersons, and influential global leaders. Canada hosted the “Road Map” for the second year and approximately 250 guests attended, including 30 businessmen from Turkey.