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MohammadReza Azali

MohammadReza Azali
Startup Community Builder, Co-Founder & Editor in Chief at TechRasa. Email: Mohammadreza[at]TechRasa.com
Siemens will strengthen its role as a technology partner to Iran’s energy sector, demonstrating world-class electricity management solutions at the 16th International Electricity Exhibition of Iran (IEE) from November 5th to 8th in Tehran.
credit cards
In the past few years, we had many execution plans from the government and the Central Bank of Iran to implement credit cards in the country. But what is preventing it to succeed?
Last week, following the lawsuit filed by the IRIB against Aparat, all of Aparat's apps including Aparat, Filimo and Aparat Kids were removed from the biggest android market in Iran.
This year more than 5.16 million Iranian families participated in Iran's Online Population Census. This is the first time that Statistical Center of Iran (SCI) is conducting the census online.
Yesterday TechCrunch reported that Snapp, Iran's leading Uber clone in Iran, has raised $22M which surprised many individuals inside the country, but as it turns out the $22M was raised for Iran Internet Group, Snapp's parent company.
Rasa Talks - Ep 8
Rasa Talks Episode 8 is out! The aim of Rasa Talks is to bring you the latest on Iran’s tech and startup news. In this episode, we talk about Uber clones, Consumer behaviour.
Instagram has 13M active users only on android devices in Iran and 500M all around the world. But there has been some rumors and news that it might get censored in the country.
App Store Iran
Two days ago Apple opened up its App Store to Iranians once again. Apple iPhone always had a great market in Iran. But with the complicated relationship between Iran and U.S., Iranians had to deal with a lot of problems from the start.
focus iran summit
International Finance Magazine has partnered up with Iran’s Open Iran Group to host a two-day multi-sector investment summit called "Focus Iran Summit" on 26th and 27th of September in Tehran.
There are 5M to 6M iPhones in Iran. With the recent report from the Iranian officials, 100 thousand new smuggled iPhones get activated in the country each month. That's about 1.2M new iPhones being imported illegally into the country each year which is a one Billion dollar market in Iran.

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