Iran has opened another “House of Innovation and Technology (IHIT)” in the Russian capital of Moscow, after opening similar centres in China, Kenya, and Syria in a bid to facilitate the international activities of Iranian knowledge-based companies.
Iran’s House of Innovation and Technology (IHIT) was opened in one of the best commercial hubs of Moscow on Monday in a ceremony attended by Mahdi Ghaleh-Noei, the head of International Interactions Department of the Iranian Vice-Presidency for Science and Technology, and Kazem Jalali, the Iranian ambassador to Russia.
The IHIT has been co-founded by the Iranian Vice-Presidency for Science and Technology and the private sector as well as the Iranian expatriates living in Russia.
The knowledge-based companies whose products may attract customers in Russia can promote and commercialise their products in the country in cooperation with the IHIT.
Exclusive and shared spaces and permanent exhibition of knowledge-based products are among the services offered to companies in this house.
The companies can use the space to expand their high-tech interactions and exchanges with Russian firms, and find customers and business partners for their products.
Market research, marketing, product sales, and product registration are among other services offered in this house.