My grandfather owned a weaving mill in Izmir, that’s where my father served his apprenticeship and my turkish last name originates from. Webersohn (weaver’s son) is the german translation to it. My mother emigrated from Istanbul, in Seligenstadt my parents met and fell in love – 1983 I was born in Ludwigsburg.

In my hometown I went to the Primary- and High School. In Esslingen I was trained as a health insurance worker and in 2010 I went to the School of Commerce.

Then, as a volunteer, I went to Israel for a year. I lived in Rehovot, worked in Nes Ziona und partyed in Tel Aviv. Since 2011 I’m studying international Business-Law (LL.M) at the Berlin School of Economics and Law and been the CEO of Webersohn & Scholtz since October 2015.

In Berlin I was fortuned enough to fall in love with the girl of my life, since March 2015 we share a home and in September 2016 we engaged. I like to play chess, ride my bike and enjoy making analog photographs.

I’m happy you have stopped by – please enjoy.