Iran’s Knowledge-Based Companies
The latest news and views about the Iranian knowledge based companies and their achievements
Iran’s Vice President for Technological and Scientific Affairs Sorena Sattari has said domestic sanctions are a bigger obstacle than foreign bans, adding that each new license is a hurdle to the production, export and development of knowledge-based products.
20 knowledge-based Iranian companies active in the fields of information technology and communications will be sent to the GITEX Future Stars 2021 event with the support of the country’s Innovation and Prosperity Fund.
Iran is organizing two major events to help expand the international market for the goods and services of domestic knowledge-based companies.
Iran’s Vice President for Science and Technology says the number of the country’s knowledge-based companies has reached 7,000 and they have been able to create a very positive change in various fields of production.
Iranian and Russian knowledge-based companies have held a business meeting in Moscow to discuss possible technology trade and develop the market for Iranian-made products in Russia.
Over 30 Iranian knowledge-based companies will showcase their achievements in the International Aviation and Space Exhibition of Russia called "MAKS Air Show 2021".
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 Vice Presidency for Science and Technology has signed a cooperation agreement with the Leader’s Representative Office in Universities to establish associations of foreign nationals graduated in Iran.
The Patent Office of Iran’s Vice Presidency for Science and Technology says it has backed the international registration of 164 Iranian inventions.
Iran’s vice president for science and technology has hailed the unveiling of nine new knowledge-based Iranian-made products in the field of food security and vaccines, saying these products save the country significantly in terms of foreign currency spending.
Dozens of Iranian and Armenian high-tech companies attended a business meeting in Yerevan on Tuesday, June 29, 2021, to discuss expansion of their mutual cooperation.
The Iran House of Innovation and Technology (IHIT) has opened in Tehran serving as the central branch of innovation and technology houses located in countries seen as targets for Iranian exports.
The second business meeting of Iranian and Armenian high-tech companies started in Yerevan on Tuesday, June 29, 2021.
Iran is displaying 800 knowledge-based products developed by 300 knowledge-based companies at Tehran International Exhibition Centre. The products are put on show at the same time with launching of a network of Iranian Houses of Export.
Iran’s vice president for science and technology has underlined the importance of houses of creativity and a new approach to the knowledge-based economy, with a focus on the potential of creative companies and cultural industries.
Ali Vahdat, the Director of Iran's National Innovation Fund (INIF), visited four knowledge-based companies based in Alborz Sci-Tech Park and unveiled the products of three companies.
The first remote robotic surgery in Iran has successfully been performed on a dog.
The establishment of Iran's High-Tech Export Companies Club (IHTECC) amounts to a giant step towards improving the competitive atmosphere where top knowledge-based companies work, an Iranian official says.
The Austria Connect Day 2021 event was recently held by the Austrian federal government to bring start-ups from around the world together.
The Global Innovation Summit 2021 (GIS 2021) virtual event will be held in the city of Graz, Austria, from May 18 to 20, 2021, under the slogan "Exploring New Perspectives".
The Iranian vice president for science and technology says Tehran and Damascus have signed several agreements on mutual sci-tech collaboration during his "fruitful" trip to Damascus.
Iran House of Innovation and Technology Exports has been opened in the Syrian capital of Damascus in a ceremony attended by Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari and Syrian Minister of Higher Education Bassam Ibrahim.
Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari says the Islamic Republic is prepared to transfer its innovation ecosystem experiences to the countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
The Iranian vice president for science and technology says he has discussed closer sci-tech cooperation with Syria during his trip to Damascus.