Startup Spark Returns
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Startup Spark Returns

One of Iran's largest startup events is returning the Iranian capital this month with a jam packed agenda according to the organizers. The event run in association with IR Startups, aims to be the breeding ground for new businesses to get some hands on experience and one-on-one time with the best of the country's entrepreneurs. The latest iteration of the event is sponsored by, StartupEngine.co, the Cultural Section of Tehran Municipality, Cyber Home of Iran as well as local technology site Techly.co. Mohammad Jafar Nanakar and Ali Khodaee will be hosting the event on the day. This latest edition of Startup Spark will begin on Oct. 20 in Tehran's Eshraq Hall (Eivane Shams) on the corner of Jalal-e-Ale Ahmad Expressway and Niayesh highway. For further information on the event check the group's page at www.irstartups.com

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