TEHRAN (IFP) -- The Iran House of Innovation and Technology (IHIT) has opened in Tehran serving as the central branch of innovation and technology houses located in countries seen as targets for Iranian exports.
One of the long-term objectives of the Science and Technology Department of the Presidential Office over the past few years has been to develop the global market for Iranian knowledge-based and innovative companies.
In order to achieve this objective, the department has implemented various plans.
One of the measures adopted has been to create innovation and technology houses in other countries, so that they will serve as a gateway for Iranian technological products to find their way onto global markets.
Supported by the department’s Centre for International Interactions, these houses have been established in Kenya, Syria, China and Russia.
The one inaugurated in Tehran is, in fact, the hub and central branch of those centres.
The objective of the establishment of innovation and exports technology houses in different countries is to create centres to offer services to promote the export of products developed by Iranian knowledge-based firms.