Registration for Elecomp 2017
Registration for Elecomp 2017

Registration for Elecomp 2017

Registration for Elecomp 2017

The registration of the 23nd round of the International Exhibition of Electronics, Computer and E-Commerce (Elecomp 2017) has been launched. Elecomp 2017, is a four day event (starts July 21) organized by the Iranian ICT Guild Organization. It will be held at Tehran’s International Permanent Fairgrounds. For registration businesses should visit the official website of the event under the address Iran-elecomp.com, local technology website, ICTNA reported. Nasser Ali Saadat, the head of the guild said “The previous rounds of the exhibition were held in December. The decision to move the event to summer is due to ongoing complaints by visitors that the event was held during the school term time and many could not visit” Schools and universities are closed in July for the summer holidays.  More than 360 domestic businesses and 86 foreign firms from 18 countries participated in the previous round of Elecomp during which 250 local startups showcased their services.


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