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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

Mohammadreza Mohseni is the founder and CEO of advertising center of Peik Bartar and iBartar startup. He talks about everything from offline publications to the future of this field. Here is the interview with Mr. Mohseni.

You entered media and press in 1386 when seven years had been passed from the launch of Peik Bartar. What did cause you to enter this field?

Jul 05, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

Culture and media panel of Shiraz Entrepreneurship Summit:

Akbar Hashemi, editor of the weekly Saturday: narrative of penetration is a critical threat to Iran startup society. Iranian startups are in line with resistive economy and prosperity of the country but the focus of startups on lifestyle and changes in the lives of the middle class has caused government to become sensitive and wrong performance of some startups intensified this situation. We should make positive narration with keywords like employment, knowledge-based economy, entrepreneurship and etc. from startups. 

Jun 20, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

Iris software claims that it has solved the problem of people who want to develop their language by watching films, listening to music and reading books. This software is made by Iris Tech Company which has the patent of the first smart players as language training aids.

Jun 18, 2016 Mona Jafari

Interview with Mohammad Reza Mohseni, founder of Ibartar startup

Mohammad Reza Mohseni is born in 20 Shahrivar 1356 in a village in Hemedan. He says his father is a middle-class farmer. He has six brothers and one sister. Mohseni says: “when I went to primary school, I pretended that I was ill so that no one urged me to go to school and I failed that year.” He says maybe because of these failures he can now stand up after facing problems.

Jun 16, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

Haadi Farnood, Kamva founder

Farnood says: “investment is like a market in which competition is the most important factor. The more the number of investors and variety of investments, the much rational the numbers in that market. Investment in IT has high risk so domestic investors don’t want to get involved in it. Foreign investment in this situation is very important and useful not only for financial issues but also for receiving experience.”

Jun 09, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

Mohsen Molayi, founder of Bonyad Paresh: village is one of the key factors of production and formation of processes in Iran. This little place is independent in producing needed products and has an important role in forming human societies. Population growth, weather changes and change of lifestyle and entry of disparate cultures are among causes that have led to immigration from villages to cities. This has led to lack of human resource. Rural society is a kind of long-term society in which generations transfer their experiences for example agricultural experiences to the next generation.

Jun 09, 2016 Akbar Hashemi

When it comes to attracting capital, it means that many problems are going to be solved. Mostafa Amiri says: “one of the key factors for growth is financial capital. But, first of all we should see whether attracting capital is the main problem in Iranian startups or not? I think in current situation there is another issue which is more important and that is the capability of attracting capital in Iran startup ecosystem.

Jun 07, 2016 Akbar Hashemi