52079
Iranian Investment Prospects Showcased at Gitex
Iranian Investment Prospects Showcased at Gitex

Iranian Investment Prospects Showcased at Gitex

Iranian Investment Prospects Showcased at Gitex

For the second consecutive year, Iran was present at the Gitex Technology Week that opened in Dubai, the UAE, on October 18.
Iran had an exclusive pavilion, in which eight Iranian companies showcased their goods and services, reported Iran’s Telecommunications Company of Iran on its official website.
According to KeyShowIR, an online channel reporting Iran’s technological developments, a conference was held to introduce investment opportunities in the country’s information and communications technology sector.
During the conference, Khosrow Saljouqi, representing Iran’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, said one of the potential areas of investment is Iran’s blooming technology parks.
To integrate all activities carried out in the field of information technology, the state has been vastly investing in technology parks. According to Saljouqi, If Iran has 38 tech parks active in producing tech-related goods for offering content providing services.
“The foreign companies can enable these centers to boost their services and upgrade their facilities both through investment and knowledge transfer,” he said.
“In addition to the vast domestic market, Iran’s well-educated workforce and country’s export ties offer a lucrative investment chance to international companies and states.”
According to Saljouqi, internal messaging applications and search engines are some of the growing sectors of Iran’s information technology market and one of the better investment options.
During the event, Microsoft, Lenovo, HP, Digi Robotics, Intel and other leading companies active in the sector showcased their latest products. Drones and virtual reality were also in the spotlight.

 

Short URL : https://goo.gl/MmFvYt
  1. https://goo.gl/L3Ygtq
  • https://goo.gl/yHuAIg
  • https://goo.gl/3FqsYY
  • https://goo.gl/VSO0XA
  • https://goo.gl/KriZVC

You can also read ...

Calls for Changing Forex Policy
As Iran is dealing with the ramifications of the government's...
French Business Chief in Iran Sees Bleak European Prospects
The head of France’s business lobby in Iran said on Friday EU...
Maersk Tankers Ends Iran Shipping
Danish shipping group Maersk Tankers on Thursday said it would...
BMI: US Deal Pullout to Have Limited Impact on Mining Industry
The reimposition of US sanctions on Iran will only have a...
S. Korea Discusses Contingency Plans on Iran Sanctions
The South Korean government held an inter-agency meeting on...
The reduction of the available volumes of semi-finished steel from Iran is expected to influence billet and slab prices  in the global market, pushing them upward.
Iranian steelmakers and customers in major outlet regions such...
Global insurers are reviewing the effects of US pullout from the Iran deal.
Global insurers are taking stock of how the US withdrawal from...
Citroen Presells 2,000 C3s in Iran Debut
Through a joint venture with Iranian carmaker SAIPA, French...

Add new comment

Read our comment policy before posting your viewpoints

Trending

Googleplus