Thank you visit to Doğan, the founder of Hepsiburada, President Erdoğan

Doğan, the Chairman and founder of Hepsiburada, the first Turkish company to go public on the Nasdaq stock exchange, where the world’s most important technology companies are traded, announced that they discussed the public offering process with President Erdoğan.

Hanzade Doğan, Chairman and founder of Hepsiburada, the first Turkish company to go public on the Nasdaq stock exchange, where the world’s most important technology companies are traded, said in a statement to AA correspondent that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan presented a plaque representing the process of going public. said they did.

Stating that he thanked President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for his sincere support during the public offering process, Doğan said, “The importance our President attributes to our country’s being at the forefront of global technology competition and his suggestions to our business world in this direction guide and encourage us.” said.

Doğan stated that as Hepsiburada, they are proud to fly the Turkish Flag on the world technology exchange Nasdaq.

Stock market where technology giants meet

The stocks of the world’s largest companies, especially technology, are traded on the Nasdaq stock exchange, which was established in 1971 in the USA.

Apple, Facebook, Google and Tesla are among the world’s giant companies that are traded on the Nasdaq, a private stock exchange, headquartered in New York.

The Nasdaq stock market stands out as the second largest stock exchange in the world, after the New York stock market, in terms of the market value of the companies traded.

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