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The first "Game & Iranian Business Style" event took place at Tehran's Azad University of Science and Research from February 18th to 19th. The aim of the 30 hour event was to educate the young entrepreneurial enthusiasts about running an online business related to the gaming industry.
Tame Noavari, an event by Tehran’s Academy of Entrepreneurship got held on Monday Feb 15th featuring CEO of Shatel and founders of Netbarg.
Digikala, the Iranian e-commerce website is taking the first steps to implement drone delivery system by organizing a drone design contest in Iran.
According to an article published on VentureBeat, a recent study of Iran's video game market shows an approximate $140 million revenue in 2015. Iran's PC and console games revenue is expected to reach $167 million in 2016, according to a study which has been based on the data conducted by Newzoo research firm.
On Wednesday January 27th The first E-business Improvement Conference took place in Isfahan, Iran. The conference focused on various topics regarding to starting an online business in Iran, the developments in this sector and overcoming its challenges.
Technology is playing a big role in education and education-focused startups are considered to have a big impact in this fast growing industry. Here are a few education-based startups that are trying to fill the gap in this market.
Latest statistics from the Ministry of Communications show that there are 72 million active cellphones in Iran and the mobile penetration rate has reached to 92.09 percent. See this infographic to see the latest statistics from these 3 mobile network operators.
The first E-business Improvement Conference will take place on Wednesday January 27th in Esfahan, Iran. The talks in the conference will include various topics related to e-commerce and ranges from running an online business in Iran to overcoming the challenges in this sector.
It is reported that Orange S.A the French multinational telecommunication corporation has shown interest to invest on MCI (Hamrah-e Aval) the dominant mobile operator in Iran. Turkcell the leading mobile phone operator of Turkey is also eying on Iran's market to further expand in the region.