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The second webinar from Business Webinar Series with the subject of entrepreneurship will be held in Iran in February 2012.

Teaching Principles of Entrepreneurship to Nanotechnology Students in Iran

Tehran, Iran | Posted on January 29th, 2012

Among the scopes of this educational webinar, mention can be made of basic definitions and concepts of entrepreneurship, keywords, business culture, characteristic and behavioral properties of entrepreneurship, necessary skills for carrying out activities in entrepreneurship, the job creating process of entrepreneurship behavior and career lifestyles.

Entrepreneurship webinar will be held on Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council's website. Applicants who have done the preliminary registration on the website can register in the webinar.

Educational Business Webinar Series are held by Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council in order to introduce the working rules and conditions in the country, to introduce firms that support the process of idea to market, to provide all people all over the world with educational facilities, and to save people's time and their money. The first webinar of the series was held on January 17, 2012, under the title 'Exploitation and Management of Products, Services, and Patents'.

Registration in these webinars is free, and people who have received stimulus support from Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council are in priority.

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