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200 talented students visited Parsid technology park in order to build culture of knowledge-based economy.

Akhavat academic group in line with five-year plan for providing elite and with the consultation of experts and elites has been active since 1393 and chose 200 talented academic and religous students from Sanandaj to hold two scientific and recreational camps in Isfahan and Hamedan and acedemic workshops and different cultural weekly programs in Sanadaj. this group has considered one-week acedemic and recreational camp.

Aug 04, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

15th Hamfekr meeting in Mashhad was held in a new and special place.

The point which is important for Mashhadi participants of Hamfekr about holding this event is the new approach of this series of meetings in a fixed place at the end of each month.

“Profile” is one of the companies which are active in the field of exporting software services. It had quiet moments outside Iran ecosystem in past years and now it introduces its new startup,, in this meeting.

Aug 04, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

Here we talk to Uldis Leiterts who believes that young startups and those who had brilliant ideas can act as pirates and steal the market from big and famous companies. He had come to Iran to visit Iranian startups and select among them so that these startups participate in Piratesummit event which is held every year in Koln.

Tell us about yourself and the works you’ve done in the field of entrepreneurship.

Aug 03, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

Masoud Tabataba’i knew how to work with computer when he was a teenager. He studied natural science in high school. At that time he learned programming. Then he took entrance exam but didn’t go to university. He wanted to attend E-commerce courses in a Canadian college in Iran. “They said that we should start from software engineering and then E-commerce courses would be held. But that never happened so I studied software engineering for two years.”

Jul 28, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

Sam Madan Poor is 39 years old now. He studied at Kharazam high school. His father was an architect and his mother had M.A. degree. But Sam didn’t like studying and he was only interested in sport, math and physics. He attended computer classes and was interested in repairing computers. His parents sent him to Canada and he studied computer there. After graduation, he returned Iran and have lived here for two years. Then he went to USA.

Jul 28, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

In the war between USA and Vietnam in 1968, Urban Miars was a soldier. He returned home with a physical defect and physicians had told him not to work hard. But he had to because he needed money for his family. After a while, he found out that “the only person who can hire him is himself.”

Miars decision

Jul 27, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

Sheypoor is an application which help users find what they want and need. Reza Arbabian, founder and CEO of Sheypoor, talks about Sheypoor plans and this market.

You lived in Canada. Why did you come back to Iran?

When I was 14, I went to Canada with my family. Two years later, my family came back to Iran and I stayed there alone. I got my M.A. there.

How old are you and what is your major?

I’m 34. My bachelor degree is in economy and I got my M.A. in MBA.

How did Sheypoor start?

Jul 27, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

Rezazadeh says that he wouldn’t be successful if he entered other fields like games, because he had to compete with companies in Silicon Valley; in terms of human resource and financial investment. On the other hand, he knew that only 10% of apps in App Store can succeed and he and his team wanted to be one of them. They tried so hard and negotiated with important websites and news agencies in the field of IT before they offered their app. They tried to be introduced through these agencies. Many of websites didn’t even reply their emails.

Jul 27, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

When you go to Ferdowsi Avenue and Kooshk Street, you face many nostalgic names. The Kooshk mansion is located there which was the home of Shaghaghi Family and now it becomes an art house which is under the supervision of Cultural Heritage Administration.

Aranyk office is placed there which sells different handicrafts. This is the business of a girl named Narges Shayegh. We had a talk with her.

When you were a child, who did you want to become?

I always wanted to be a businesswoman and have a big business.

Jul 26, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

We had heard that one of the biggest venture investors in Iran invested on “Shezan” startup and this startup had signed a cooperation agreement with a Belarusian company. In this regard, we met Dr. Reza Kalantari Nejad, founder of Shezan, talked about his business.


Tell us more about Shezan?

Jul 16, 2016 Akbar Hashemi