Oğuz Alper Öktem, the founder and CEO of Martı, the first Turkish company to have its shares traded directly on the New York Stock Exchange, along with his management team, will ring the opening bell of the world’s largest stock exchange on Thursday, July 13, 2023, at 4:30 PM GMT+3.
After obtaining all the approvals from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the United States, the shares will start trading under the ticker symbol MRT.
Thus, Martı, as Turkey’s youngest technology venture, will make history by having its shares traded on the New York Stock Exchange just four years after its establishment.
Martı, Turkey’s only scaled mobility company aiming to further popularize shared, electric, and eco-friendly transportation, initiated the process of going public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) approximately a year ago to increase its capital and generate more resources to achieve this goal.
Martı is a Turkish mobility company that aims to promote shared, electric, and environmentally friendly transportation in Turkey. It is the country’s only scaled mobility company and has recently made headlines for becoming the first Turkish company to have its shares traded directly on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Martı was founded by Oğuz Alper Öktem, who serves as its CEO, and with the support of his management team, they are working towards expanding their operations and making sustainable transportation more accessible and widespread in Turkey.