Support for Markazi Technology Ecosystem, Startups Bears Fruit – Financial Tribune

The government’s initiatives for extending resources and facilities to develop the technology ecosystem are helping curb the country’s dependency on oil-based revenues and establish a knowledge-based economy.
State organizations have been active in all provinces, including the northwestern Markazi Province, to support tech expansion efforts.
Markazi Industrial Estates Corporation, according to ILNA, has been holding startup events to connect the tech ecosystem with the local industrial sectors.
According to Tayyeb Mirzaei, CEO of MIEC, over 40 startups and tech teams have signed contracts with regional industrial units and moved into the province’s industrial towns through such startup events since the start of the current Iranian year (March 20, 2021).


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