The tremendous impact that Startup Weekend has had on educating the young startup enthusiasts in Iran and about entrepreneurship is undeniable. Check out this infographic illustrating Iran’s Startup Weekends statistics.
Last day a historic deal was reached between Iran and the world powers after 12 years of negotiations. The talks were focused to curb Iran's nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of the economic sanctions, that have isolated the country especially in the past couple of years.
As internet and technology penetrate their way more and more into people’s everyday life, even the most traditional businesses are now thinking of having their own website or mobile app to promote their businesses. But not everyone has the technical knowledge to build their desired website.
Ever thought about fixing that broken stair in your house, but you made excuses just because you didn’t have the right equipment? Or how about that old movie you always wanted to see but you couldn’t find it anywhere so you just gave up on watching it?
The Iranian Modern Business Company (IMBCO) was established 6 years ago which is considered one of the main e-commerce players in Iran’s startup scene having NetBarg, Chilivery and Tik8 in its portfolio.
According to Iran's President of the Assembly of the Association of Information and Communication Technology, during the unofficial visit of one of the senior managers of Apple to better understand the Iranian market, he informed them that Apple wants to legally pursuit its use of logo in Iran.