Elecomp 2017 Opens in Tehran
Elecomp 2017 Opens in Tehran

Elecomp 2017 Opens in Tehran

Elecomp 2017 Opens in Tehran

The 23nd International Exhibition of Electronics, Computer and E-Commerce, also known as Elecomp 2017, opened at Tehran’s International Permanent Fairgrounds on Friday and will run till Monday.

More than 800 domestic and foreign firms are attending the four-day event, organized by the Iranian ICT Guild Organization, showcasing their latest achievements, products and services in the realm of information technology and telecommunications, Mehr News Agency reported. This year’s edition of the fair, for the third consecutive year, has allocated a section to startups, Zdr.ir reported.

Some 340 startups from across Iran are showcasing their enterprises in an area of 7,000 square meters under the title of ELECOMSTARS with the support of Iran’s Trade Organization of Computer to have the opportunity of meeting potential investors.

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