HE BRINGS ME WITH MY EYES CLOSED”

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GOOD, RELIABLE PEOPLE

There have always been important people whom I have trusted very much in my business career and who have brought us to this point. I have always trusted them. One of them is Mahmut, who heads Servet Gayrimenkul. I would sign any document that Mahmut Sefa Çelik brought me with my eyes closed. There is also Ahmet Çelik who is head of Sinpaş Yapı. I also have complete trust in him. I would also close my eyes and sign any document that he brought me.

I RAISED HER MYSELF

Seba Gacemer heads Sinpaş Gayrimenkul Yatırım Ortaklığı. I raised Seba myself. I can’t bear to look into their eyes. They are all such good, reliable people. We worked together with all of them in the corporate culture. Some of them completed me, others I completed. accounting in particular and he continues as follows: “Mr. Remzi Yıldız currently continues to selflessly provide support on issues such as the company’s cash revenue-expenditure planning, investments, budgeting.”

TOGETHER FOR 25 YEARS

There is a very important name in the life of Davut Doğan, the board chair of Doğanlar Yatırım Holding. In 1987, Davut Doğan resigned from his job as a civil servant and came to Biga together with his siblings to found Doğtaş but, at that time, his siblings were very young. Doğan made a job offer to Doğan Türkmen, whom he used to call “Big brother Doğan” and with whom he had worked when was in the civil service. Türkmen also resigned from his job as a civil service and took charge of the Doğtaş store in Çanakkale. Davut Doğan describes his right hand man Doğan Türkmen as follows: “Later we opened a store in Edremit, he settled there and managed our store in Edremit. There was a need for a supermarket in Çanakkale. He headed up our foodstuffs business, which was a new departure for us. I said: ‘Let’s establish a company abroad. Would you settle in Macedonia?’ He immediately settled there and managed the regional market.”

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