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Tech Centers Launched in Mashhad

Tech Centers Launched in Mashhad
Tech Centers Launched in Mashhad

Several technology centers have been launched in the shrine city of Mashhad, the provincial center of Khorasan Razavi, to boost the local startup ecosystem.
During a Tuesday trip to the city, Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari inaugurated the centers, visited local innovative units and surveyed their products, reported.
The first center coming on stream was an innovation center and accelerator called “Shetab-e Ideh” (meaning “boosting ideas”). It will support and commercialize startup ideas in the fields of energy, construction, art, urban development, industrial design, tourism and architecture. So far, 12 startup teams have settled in the center.
Sattari also launched a startup accelerator called Kalomin, specializing in market analysis, customer services and business management. 
The accelerator is planning to create a competitive atmosphere in the local market to help consumers make cost-effective purchases.
Later, Sattari visited small-scale exhibitions of tech products developed by local knowledge-based units at Toos Industrial Zone and unveiled several health-industry products of Ehya Darman Company.


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