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Alireza Jozi

Alireza Jozi
Co-Founder at TechRasa. Startup ecosystem enthusiast. Learner and world citizen. Based in Tehran and Vienna. Reached at Alireza@TechRasa.com
That one serious universal nightmare of all startups has always been our good old friend "talent acquisition". Though the challenges in recruitment may be different in emerging markets, but talent acquisition is still a challenge even in the more developed startup ecosystems such as Silicon Valley.
Seedstars World Summit 2017
Over 1000 attendees from 76 nationalities joined in Lausanne Switzerland to attend one of the hottest startup events on emerging markets.
Alireza Sadeghian - IMBCO
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.
Mobile Internet
According to ISNA news, Iran’s ministry of communication released a new report on the number 3G and 4G internet subscribers from all of the three Iranian mobile network operators.
App store or not
Just three weeks ago, Apple started removing some of the Iranian apps from the App Store including Digikala and finance related apps. Now Iranian E-commerce startups have caught off their domestic payment options as well.
Taxi light tehran
Following many debates over the activities and operations of Iranian ride-hailing startups, the head of traffic police has made a warning to all drivers working in these platforms.
According to Bloomberg Technology, the internet retail giant Amazon may face penalties after disclosing that it “processed and delivered” to accounts between 2012 to 2016 that violates U.S. sanction laws against Iran.
Rasa Talks Episode 9 is out! The aim of Rasa Talks is to bring you the latest on Iran’s tech and startup news. Our two major topics for this episode are Telegram Marketing & Disruptive Innovations in Iran.
The Iranian government is creating more incentives for Iranian messaging apps and social media platforms. Non-Iranian messaging apps also get government support if they place servers in the country.
Mellat Bank’s Payment Service Provider (PSP) which is one of the 12 authorized PSPs in Iran is getting ready for an IPO. What do Iranian PSPs do? PSPs in Iran were formed to provide card and electronic payments in Iran. All of these PSPs were fully or partially owned by the...

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