Iran opens technology exports hub in Syria

Iran’s House of Innovation and Technology Exports was launched on Tuesday in Damascus, Syria, to boost scientific and economic relations.

6 March 2021
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Iran’s House of Innovation and Technology Exports was launched on Tuesday in Damascus, Syria, to boost scientific and economic relations.

Iran’s House of Innovation and Technology Exports in Damascus, Syria. Photo: sana.sy

Iran’s House of Innovation and Technology Exports was launched on Tuesday in Damascus, Syria, to boost scientific and economic relations.

The opening ceremony was attended by Iran’s Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari and his companions, as well as Syrian Minister of Higher Education Bassam Ibrahim, the office’s website reported. 

The center has been established in Damascus Free Zone over 620 square meters with the aim of facilitating the export of Iranian high-tech products and innovative services to Syria. 

The project has been jointly funded by the vice presidential office and private investors.

At the center, knowledge-based companies can promote and commercialize their products in the Arab county, in cooperation with officials working with the Iranian government.

Shared spaces and a permanent exhibition of knowledge-based products are among the services offered to knowledge-based firms in this center.

These firms can use the space to expand interactions with Syrian firms, and find customers and production partners for their products.

Market research, advertisement, sales and product registration are among other services offered in the tech center.

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