High-Profile Merger in Iran Startup Ecosystem
High-Profile Merger in Iran Startup Ecosystem
Saturday, September 08, 2018

High-Profile Merger in Iran Startup Ecosystem

Saturday, September 08, 2018

High-Profile Merger in Iran Startup Ecosystem

Two Iranian startup accelerators Avatech and Shezan, along with shared office space provider Zavie Co and startups consultancy agency Noava, have been merged and will operate under the name Hamava.
Hamava’s public relations manager Iman Jalili told Peivast, “All of these firms except Shezan are currently based in Hamava Innovation Factory.”
Privately-owned technology park Hamava Innovation Factory has been established at an abandoned chemicals factory near Azadi Square west of Tehran.


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