Some might think that Iran’s online shopping market is saturated, but more startups are popping up every day to fill the gap in specific sectors such as online apparel and fashion.
Harasp an Iranian retail marketplace for fashion goods is trying to satisfy the appetite which Iranians have for luxury products that are now finding their way into the country.
Building a 10 million dollar company is hard, but how can you build a 10 million dollar ad network with only 2 thousand dollars of cash? Read the article to find out more about Clickyab an Iranian Ad Network with a story which inspires every entrepreneur.
Although every day more and more shopping malls are popping up across Iran, there's one fashion e-commerce in the country which is offering products that are not easily found in retail shops. Modiseh is an online fashion e-commerce known for its exotic discounts and stylish fashion products in Iran.
Finding your desired home could be a big hassle, especially in major cities such as Tehran. Shabesh is a newcomer in Iran’s online real estate listing platforms which connects potential customers to verified real estate agencies.
Can up-and-coming local startups compete with well-known international tech companies? In this article we’re going to take a look at Dunro, an Iranian location-based app similar to Foursquare.
Zoodel the leading B2B marketplace launches its international banking and financial services to facilitate payment transfers to/from Iran.
Adro changes the Iranian online advertising landscape by becoming Iran’s first ad exchange. Iran’s ad tech scene started from almost nothing few years back, and local ad exchange means could be considered a metric of growth of this industry and the next big thing.
Having your food delivered to your door has become easier than ever. In many markets, the demand for online food ordering has stepped up comparing to phone orders, and Iran is seeing the same shift. Chilivery, an Iranian online food ordering website is trying to bring a convenient and accessible solution to this demand.
The Iranian ad-exchange company, Adro has launched its AdServer service, a technology which enables publishers, ad networks and advertisers to place their ads across various formats.