Iran Elecomp 2015 to Begin Registration
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Iran Elecomp 2015 to Begin Registration

The online registration for the 21st edition of the International Exhibition of Electronics, Computer and E-Commerce (Iran Elecomp 2015) will begin on October 10. Iran Computer Trade Organization, organizer of the international event, announced on Sunday that companies interested in participating in the event can complete an online form from October 10 at the event's website. “All required conditions for the participation of IT and communications companies in various fields have been predicted to ensure the exhibition will be worthy of this great organization,” the announcement read.   The four-day event will be held from 14th to 17th December at Tehran's International Fairground over an estimated 25,000-square-meter floor space. The exhibition provides an opportunity to showcase the capabilities of domestic companies and prepare the ground for interaction between different sectors to meet the country’s needs through domestic capabilities. Iran Elecomp 2016 will showcase products of various sectors, including hardware, software, security, network and communication, e-government, digital portable accessories, banking and e-commerce, audio and video devices, office machinery and media operations.


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