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Iran's Tech-Market Services Corridor is slated to organize 16 educational programs, including forum, meeting and workshop, in 2012 in order to strengthen and improve the knowledge level of the knowledge-based companies that have joined the Corridor.

Organization of Educational Workshops for Knowledge-Based Companies Active in Nanotechnology

Tehran, Iran | Posted on May 24th, 2012

Since the majority of knowledge-based companies have been established by researchers, Tech-Market Services Corridor has organized appropriate courses in order to fulfill the managerial needs of these companies.

The first educational workshop from the educational program series of Tech-Market Services Corridor has already been held under the title 'Applicability of Research and Development'.

Among the scopes of the educational programs, mention can be made of 'marketing, brand, and pricing', 'regulations of export and the custom', 'types of companies, differences, registration and changes', 'permits', 'trademark registration', 'intellectual property', 'entrepreneurship and business', 'idea to market and growth centers', 'regulations to device contracts' and 'various types of commercial documents'.

Companies that have joined the Tech-Market Services Corridor are classified according to their level of commercialization process and they participate in the abovementioned workshops according to their needs.

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