Founding Partner of TRIADA Consultancy / Board Member of Antalya EU Center Association
She was born in 1983 and grew up in Antalya. When she was in high school she lived in Russia for a year as an AFS exchange student and participated in several voluntary activities. Then, she graduated from Marmara University – Francophone Department of Political and Administrative Sciences where she coordinated the “International Week” event which is a global student-led youth initiative active in more than 50 countries all around the world. After university, she co-founded TRIADA Consultancy (http://www.triadaconsultancy.eu) in 2006 which became a well-known consultancy company that developed and managed several international projects in various fields such as vocational training, sustainable tourism, entrepreneurship, civil society dialogue, media, rural development, etc. Her specialty is project consultancy, budgeting, project management and training. She finished the European Commission’s Training of Trainers Programme in 2013 – 2014 and became an international trainer as well. She coordinated the international affairs of International Antalya Piano Festival for 3 years and she is the general coordinator of Antalya Akra Jazz Festival. She is a sworn translator in English and French and speaks Russian and Spanish at intermediate level. She is a dreamer and a traveller.
Workshop name: Youth@Work
Youth@Work is an interactive workshop that aims at introducing a good practice and an innovative youth-friendly tool (a board game) on entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship. It is the first of its kind in Europe and Turkey and has been implemented successfully with various groups such as potential entrepreneurs, university students, high school students, CSOs, etc in more than 8 countries.
The tool and its training module were firstly developed within the EU – Turkey Civil Society Dialogue Programme in partnership with one of the most well know youth CSOs in Italy, Associazione Joint and is now being implemented in several countries in Europe and Latin America. The game offers a mini-training in 4 parts which aims to bring the “players” from business ideas to action: 1st part is about various definitions of entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship. 2nd part aims at introducing and analysing inspiring examples. 3rd part is for designing the business model around Canvas and the final part is for pitching potential investors.
During the workshop, we kindly invite the participants to experience the game by going through each stage partly and to introduce them in which context they can use this module.
This workshop will be led by Ayça BAĞCI and Tuğba ÇANŞALI