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Secretary-General of Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council Dr. Saeed Sarkar expressed pleasure with the two-year activities of the Tech-to-Market Services Corridor (a subsidiary of the INIC), and announced the INIC's preparedness to provide other technologies with promotion services.

Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council Eager to Provide Promotion Services for Other Technologies

Tehran, Iran | Posted on May 27th, 2012

"We are prepared to offer such services to other technological areas in addition to nano. We hope to keep on gaining more experiences in this field in the course of time and turn the Corridor's project into a role model to be implemented for other technologies," Dr. Sarkar said.

He underlined the effective role of the Tech-to-Market organizations in shortening the lifecycle of the commercialization processes in today's competitive market, and added: "An excessively slow commercialization of a product breeds frustration and can ruin both the innovation and the investments by cutting down the value-added involved. Here, organizations like the INIC's Tech-to-Market Services Corridor as catalysts can be the savior."

"Even in the world's leading industrial countries like the US and Germany, which are rich in the related infrastructures, more than 80 percent of the products based on the novel technologies miss the chance to find their ways to the markets. Definitely, we need to work harder to pave this path in our home country Iran," Dr. Sarkar explained, pointing to the existing gap between the production and the market.

The INIC's Tech-to-Market Services Corridor is consisted of 16 subsections each of which contributes to technology maturation and infusion by providing specialized services and expertise.

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