Q: Describe yourself in three words?
Enthusiastic, hyperactive and caring
Q: What’s the bravest thing you’ve ever done?
As being an acrophobic person, I truly believe, the bravest thing I have ever done, was facing my fear with zip lining. In order to beat my fear of heights, I have decided to step off the platform which was 250 meters above from the ground and just flying through the air. After getting over my fears, I had a feeling of expanding my boundaries.
by increasing the awareness about my country I am becoming a useful person
Q: What’s your alternative career fantasy?
I truly believe being a doctor or pilot is a dilemma of choosing my alternative career fantasy. If you a doctor, you always touching the lives of other people, and if you are a pilot, it does not matter how cliché it sounds but “the sky is your only limit”.
Q: What are you obsessed with at the moment?
When I was a teenager, I thought I figured out the life, I have the knowledge, but there are some parts left to learn. Then I started to work at different organizations, travel to new countries and communicate with a lot of people representing different cultures. That moment was the self-realization for me, so I confessed I knew almost nothing. So, I became extremely curious about people’s stories, experiences, knowledge, opinions etc. Not now, but hopefully during my whole life, I can say that my obsession is-having an insatiable desire with knowledge.
Q: Your goals before 50?
In the culture I grew up, families were always saying “All I want from you, is to be a useful person for your country” to their kids. When I was a child and someone asked me, “who do you want to be when you grow up”, I always thought what kind speciality I can choose in order to be useful for the humanity. During my school years, I thought most probably, being a teacher and a doctor become at the first one of this list. Apparently, I am not any of them. But it is my belief that, by increasing the awareness about my country by using different ways, sharing its kindness with another nation, being a voice of my culture towards anyone, not in just words, but also through with personal touches, I am becoming a useful person at least for my country and community. It is my life goal, saying myself “you did your best in order to contribute to your society” before 50.
hospitable people and our unique culture will put Azerbaijan on the global event map
Q: Why Baku for meetings and events?
Baku has an Ideal geographical location between Asia and Europe, which makes it very accessible with more than 60 flights. The city offers authentic on-site activities, world-class conference facilities, luxury international and local hotel chains, state-of-the-art venues, a perfect combination of Eastern culture with Western outlook, the unique characteristics along with its diversity and individual approach to international event planners. Last, but least hospitable people and our unique culture will put Azerbaijan on the global event map as one of the most promising business events destinations.