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Sorena Sattari on the 17th Annual Summit and Festival of Top Corporations in Pardis Technology Park:

We must rely on the creative youth to win the economic fight

We must rely on the creative youth to win the economic fight

 

The vice president for science and technology affairs emphasized that Pardis technology park is a small example of booming of innovation and technology ecosystem, expressing: an economic fight has emerged in the country, which is based on creative and innovative youth. Therefore, attention must be paid to the youth in the country.

According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, Sorena Sattari, the vice president for science and technology affairs, pointed out the start of an economic fight in the country during the 17th annual summit and festival of top corporations in Pardis Technology Park, stating: this fight is based on the creative and innovative human resources. Therefore, the new culture must be formed in the country and attention must be paid to the youth in this regard.

Expressing the fast progress made in innovative ecosystem, Sattari marked: Pardis Technology Park is a small example of this issue, which is a sign of booming of innovation and technology ecosystem. Today, we initiate the third phase to witness the expansion of capacities in this field. It is notable that 50% of this capacity has been filled and now is the time to invest on the remaining space.

The Economy Will Flourish with the Movement of Creative Youth

In terms of creative youth, the vice president for science and technology affairs pointed out: development of the park and its achievements owe to this new culture and fundamental movements of the creative youth. We witness a shift in economy with these moves so that booming could be soon observed in the economy and raw-selling could be prevented.

Sattari emphasized that Pardis city is not a dormitory, asserting: we must prove this issue to all people, especially the local authorities. If fact, it is a place for activity of specialized human resources inside or outside the country. Next year, this city will be the source of recruitment of specialized human resources and Tehran will be changed into one of the bases of knowledge-based economy. According to the global innovation index (Gii), Tehran is on the list of 50 top technological cities in the world for the second year.

In the end, Sattari emphasized: this has happened by the efforts of human resources. Problems of Pardis Technology Park will be solved with the help of governor of Tehran, who has always supported this move, so that a considerable acceleration is observed in this area.

Achievements of Pardis Technology Park

During the ceremony, Mahdi Safarinia, the head of Pardis Technology Park, pointed out the accomplishments of the park, stating: development of Tehran Innovation Network, establishment of five park branches, physical development of park lands to phase three of the park, including Pardis Technology Park, are among the programs during 2017-2021.

Pointing out the membership of a thousand and 48 companies in the park, Safarinia affirmed: 180 of these corporations are startups and 46 of them are accelerators.

An Important Step by the Vice-Presidency for the Presence of Private Sector in Science and Technology Parks

Anoushirvan Mohseni-Bandpey, the governor of Tehran, who attended the 17th annual summit and festival of top corporations of Pardis Technology Park, stated: we must support the important step of the Vice-Presidency for presence of the private sector in science and technology parks.

Appreciation of Work of 11 Top Knowledge-based Companies in Festival of Top Corporations in Pardis Technology Park

On the 17th annual summit and festival of top corporations of Pardis Technology Park, which was held in the presence of Sorena Sattari, the vice president for science and technology affairs, Anoushirvan Mohseni-Bandpey, the governor of Tehran, Saeed Mohammadzadeh, deputy minister of oil in engineering affairs, and Gholamreza Ansari, the deputy foreign minister for economic diplomacy, 11 top knowledge-based corporations were honored and rewarded in different areas. 

 






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