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Hamed Jafari

Hamed Jafari
Hamed is a startup community builder in Tehran. He is passionate in tech, entrepreneurship and innovation. You can reach him at Hamed[at]techrasa.com
Iranian startup Tagmond
Tagmond is an Iranian startup with a mass notification system for clothing brands in Iran. The startup launched in October 2014 and a couple of months later joined Dmond Startup Accelerator in Tehran.
Cafe Bazaar
On Thursday, March third, Cafe Bazaar the popular Iranian Android marketplace held a press conference to brief reporters of its upcoming event called Panj-Shanbe Bazaar and to announce the launch of the new version of its app.
Credit Cards Iran
Director of Payment Systems Department of Iran's Central Bank announced‌ the entrance of payment processing networks such as Japan’s JCB and China’s UnionPay in the next couple of month.
.IR domain
According to Mehrnews, latest statistics from IRNIC show that over 754 thousand .IR domains have been registered and are active. The statistics for the number of .IR domains in the past year was 618 thousand.
On February 22nd, the 8th annual Iran Web & Mobile Festival was held at the conference center of Iran's National Library in Tehran. TechRasa was at the event and interviewed a couple of the attendees. Watch the video and get a glimpse of this year's event.
Game & Iranian Business Style
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.
Tehran’s Academy of Entrepreneurship with the theme of innovation
Tame Noavari, an event by Tehran’s Academy of Entrepreneurship got held on Monday Feb 15th featuring CEO of Shatel and founders of Netbarg.
Amazon in Iran
Amazon the Seattle-based e-commerce website is one of the companies that everyone expects to see in Iran in the future. The question is what should we expect to see when that day arrives?
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.

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