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Welcome to Turkish American Chamber of Commerce. We offer a variety of services to American and Turkish businesses throughout the United States. Our services include discussions, information, and events on trade and investment as well as giving clients the opportunity to meet with other businessmen and companies.

Condolences for the victims of Istanbul Terror

We, Turkish American businessmen and businesswomen in Florida are shocked and saddened to hear the act of terror, took place in Istanbul, Turkey!
May peace be upon them who lost their precious life!

Massacre in Orlando

We, Turkish American businessmen and businesswomen in Florida are shocked and saddened to hear the act of radical Islamic Terror, took place in Orlando!
May peace be upon them who lost their precious life!

Network Meeting in Tower Club

The network meeting has benn organised by German Chamber of Commerce in Tower Club, Fort Lauderdale on May 26. 2016. The Turkish Chamber of Commerce was also there, representing Turkish community and businesses.

The Premier of '1915 Documentary' was full success!

The Gala of 1915 Documentary screening was completed with a big success. The whole theater was packed with audience.
The film followed with a short speech of Prof. Michael M. Gunter, the historian of Tennessee Technological University.

Documentary Film: 1915 in Armenian Documents

Guest Speaker: Prof. Dr. Michael M. Gunter, Dept. of Sociology and Political Science, Tennessee Technological University


11:45 am Film Screening
1:15 pm Prof. Dr. Gunter Speech
1:40 pm Questions & Answers
1:50 pm Closing
1:50 pm Reception at Courtyard

"1915 in Armenian Documents" is a documentary which reveals the history of 1915, when the Ottoman Empire was struggling for its very existence and foes were pressing on all sides. 1915 documents the inhumanity of war and suffering, armed rebellion and the demise of an empire during World War I.

Serkan Koc, who directed the documentary, says 1915 is a factual recounting of events by witness testimony. It is a product of extensive archival research that sheds light on a dark time in history.

Featured testimonies are from: Retired Ambassadors Sukru Elekdag and Nuzhet Kandemir, Professor Justin McCarthy, Professor Norman Stone, Dr. Pat Walsh, Dr. Mehmet Perincek, and former Turkish Historical Society President Professor Yusuf Halacoglu.

The documentary film will be screened for the first time on Saturday, March 5th, 2016 at Cinema Paradiso of Fort Lauderdale.

Please spread the word. The Florida Turkish American Chamber of Commerce is very proud to present this film. General Harbord's book, along with the film DVD will be on sale.

Florida Turkish American Chamber of Commerce


Baskonsolosumuzun katildigi yemegimiz

Odamizin duzenledigi yemege NY Baskonsolosumuz Sn. Mehmet Samsar, esi Sn. Feruze Samsar, Baskonsolos yardimcisi Sn. Basar Sen ve Ticaret atasemiz Sn. Mehmet Ali Erdem seref verdiler. Turk isadami, iskadini ve Florida'daki Turk Toplumu yogun ilgi gosterdi. Nezih bir ortam icinde yenilen bu yemekte baskonsolosumuz ve ticaret atasemiz cesitli konularda bilgi verdi.













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The pdf document is the address collection of the Turkish businesses in South East Florida.

Buradaki pdf dokumani, Güney Dogu Florida'da genellikle Türkler tarafindan isletilen Türk sirketlerinin adreslerini ihtiva etmektedir
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Sister city of West Palm Beach: Mersin, Turkey

CBS anchorwoman Emily Robbins prepared the following clip about sister city of West Palm-Beach; Mersin, Turkey

Türk Diasporasina Açik Çagri

Konu: Türk Diasporas?na Açik Çagri
Kimden: Dünya Türk Is Konseyi (DTIK)

Türk Diasporasinin Saygideger Üyesi,

Dünya Türk Is Konseyi (DTIK) Baskani Sn. M.Rifat Hisarciklioglu’nun Türk diasporasi üyelerine yönelik açik çagrisi ilisikte yer almaktadir.


EK: Türk Diasporasina Açik Çagri

In visit to Mediterranean sister city, West Palm officials look forward to slice of Turkey

By Andrew Abramson
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Posted: 6:03 p.m. Thursday, May 20, 2010

WEST PALM BEACH — In Mayor Lois Frankel's ongoing quest to turn West Palm Beach into an international destination, she'll travel about 6,000 miles next week to pitch West Palm to the Turkish community.

Frankel is heading to Turkey on Monday to embrace Mersin as West Palm's new sister city.



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In order to promote your company in our Turkish-American Business List, you must first register. Then you will see a Promote Your Company link right next to "Businesses" on the left menu.