the Seed

Located in the Sakıp Sabancı Museum, the Seed hosts many national and international events with its architecture, unique Bosphorus view and perfectionist service approach, and offers solutions in different concepts for events by serving distinguished institutions and brands.

the Seed

Operated by GL Events, a member of Sabancı University Sakıp Sabancı Museum, with worldwide experience in international culture and art events, congresses and meetings, the Seed serves as a 'multi-purpose event center'. Museum; In addition to its collections and extensive temporary exhibitions, the Seed offers a versatile art and education environment with its new complex designed in accordance with international standards.

With its unique location on the Bosphorus, modern architectural features and advanced technology infrastructure solutions, the Seed hosts national and international culture and arts organizations, meetings, events and congresses that will affect the agenda in Istanbul, distinguished brands, institutions and individuals.

the Seed, established on a total area of 1,700 square meters, is the first of its kind in Istanbul with the use of the ground on two different levels, a conference and concert hall for 330 people, a 600 square meter foyer, consisting of 400 square meters of open space and 200 square meters of indoor space, There are sound, light and visual systems suitable for advanced technology.

the Seed offers easy access with its location 35 km from the airport, 4 km from TEM, 3 km from Istinye IDO pier and 500 meters from Emirgan pier.

GL Events

Having investments in five continents and with its more than 3000 employees, GL events have been dealing in the global activity sector as an integrated group since 1978 and continuing its growth in three areas today: venue management, event organisation, and integrated services for trade fairs, conventions and events. GL events have been working in France and many other countries to accomplish the needs of their corporate and private clients.

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