IBNA- Following his visit to International Electronic, Computer & E-Commerce Exhibition ‎in Tehran, Culture Minister Seyyed Abbas Salehi appreciated young Iranian experts and ‎inventors in a Twitter message saying “Let’s trust our youth”.‎
Seyyed Abbas Salehi ‎
Seyyed Abbas Salehi ‎
According to IBNA correspondent, quoting from the Public Relations Department of Iran’s Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, after visiting the 24th Iran International Electronic, Computer & E-Commerce Exhibition (ELECOMP) held in Tehran on July 28 to 31, Salehi wrote in his Twitter: “The ELECOMP Exhibition came to an end. With hundreds of inventive and entrepreneurial ideas, Iranian startups were the gem of the event. We can globalize our culture, art, media and games which our startups. Let’s trust our youth.”

ELECOMP is the greatest commercial event in Iran’s Market of Electronics and Computer Products and services. Since its first edition in 1995, numerous players of this stage in Iran introduce their latest achievements in software and hardware in ELECOMP every year.
The event provides an opportunity for the activists of this sector to negotiate the possibilities of establishing new business and technological ties to boost their business and increase their share of this ever-growing market.

It also prepares the ground for to the activists of this sector inside the country and abroad, to boost their business through establishing business links with their counterparts and equip themselves with the proper gear to the effective presence and in this market.
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