TurkishBritish Magazine: Bridging Cultures and Inspiring Business

 TurkishBritish Magazine: Bridging Cultures and Inspiring Business

Dear Readers,

It’s a pleasure to reconnect with you once again. We’re deeply grateful for the extraordinary response to our 18th issue, which garnered over 30,000 reads and nearly 200,000 interactions. Your support fuels our passion to produce even better content and keeps us motivated.

As a bridge between the United Kingdom and Turkey, we spotlight key drivers and focus on the digital economy and creative industries. This issue’s cover story, “Digital Bridge,” features exclusive insights from Mehmet Fatih Kacır, the Turkish Minister of Industry and Technology, and Saqib Bhatti, the UK’s Minister of Information, reflecting on technology, AI, and the rapid advancements in digital fields.

We also highly recommend the Mevsimlik Oyuncular Theatre Festival, organized by Turkish theatre artists, featuring five different plays, a stand-up show, and a theatre discussion. Our comprehensive dossier on the Mardin Biennial explores this unique art event in the heart of Mesopotamia.

In our Health & Wellness section, you’ll find expert opinions on aesthetic treatments, while Quick News brings you bite-sized updates on significant events, including the Turkish Women’s Volleyball Team’s travel complaints, the push to ban health tourism events, and a victory for families with the Ankara Agreement.

For the culinary enthusiasts, we explore Zahter, a Michelin-starred restaurant in London that brings a taste of Istanbul to the UK.

With unique and diverse content, we are here for you both in our magazine and on our portal. Published by Connective Communication and Business Solutions Ltd., a London-based Turkish media and communication company, TurkishBritish Magazine and CreaPost focus on creative industries, content production, communication, and marketing solutions. We continue to collaborate with individuals and organizations looking to make a difference. Partner with us to stay ahead in the United Kingdom.

Stay in touch and reach out for collaborations. We will always be here with innovative and impactful projects.

Warm regards,

Dr. Ayla Torun
Editor-in-Chief

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