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First Biomimicry Radio Show Debuted in Turkey

First Biomimicry Radio Show Debuted in Turkey

I’m happy to announce that first-of-its-kind biomimicry radio show debuted in Turkey. It is aired on ‘Açık Radyo’ (Open Radio) every Wednesday, at 2 pm. If you’d like to stay tuned, susbscribe to the podcast. Basic information about the program and its recordings are available…

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Time to do more with less

Time to do more with less

The recent turmoil that swept over Turkish political landscape had, and continues to have, significant consequences for business. For the third time in 10 years, since Turkish Statistical Institute’s tracking started, consumer confidence index (CCI) in Turkey dropped below 70. CCI measures how optimistic or pessimistic…

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Biomimicry: Working with a Team of 10 Million Designers

Biomimicry: Working with a Team of 10 Million Designers

Recently, I wrote about the basics of biomimicry at “AllDesignMag” – the exclusive publication of All Design Istanbul Conference. The conference took place this month and hosted well-known designers from around the world. This post is the English translation of the original article, which can be…

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It’s About the Attitude

It’s About the Attitude

This essay is written by Bobe Simovich, guest writer on TRENDDESK Blog. It is the first of his “Letters from The Silion Valley” series. Many articles, books and documentaries tackle “the phenomenon” of Silicon Valley. The authors commonly assert that its emergence as a beacon…

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Natural Connections

Natural Connections

As a biomimicry professional, my perspective on change is deeply rooted in biology. I perceive change as an indispensable part of life, or a prerequisite even. Life has to continuously adapt and evolve in order to survive in the disequilibrium of Earth. Change happens at…

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