Tehran University Launches Business Clinic
Tehran University Launches Business Clinic

Tehran University Launches Business Clinic

Tehran University Launches Business Clinic

University of Tehran has launched a business counseling center for entrepreneurs and startups, which offers legal and financial counseling services.
According to the university’s website, law counselors and business professionals work at the clinic and provide training courses and professional advice on issues like tax compliance and marketing strategies.
In recent years the number of startups and their diversity of services has grown. However, many startups flopped because their founders and managers did not have enough understanding of how to do business. To address the issue, several startup accelerators have been launched by the government and private sector.
Academia is also doing its share. Sharif University of Technology, Amirkabir University of Technology and Isfahan University are supporting the sector via workshops, courses and establishing startup accelerator centers.

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