A joint meeting was held Sun. between Iranian and South Korean companies active in the field of nanotechnology aimed at expanding cooperation and commercializing new products.
The joint cooperation between Iran and South Korea took place in the form of a program called ‘Iran-South Korea Club’ in collaboration with the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST).
KIST is planning to employ the capacities of Iranian companies active in nanotechnology to pinpoint strategies to expand presence in technology markets and exchange knowledge between the two sides.
Manager of the SME sector at the KIST deemed their presence among Iranian companies a great opportunity for Koreans, adding “our institute has established Kclub to produce technology on a global scale. 50 Korean companies have so far signed up to the club.”
“For being the lead in the world of technology, we decided to introduce our club plans globally, and Iran is one of the countries with a high capability for advanced technology productions,” he added.
The Iranian and Korean technological companies also held a B2B meeting. Korean companies are also scheduled to pay a visit to a number of technological firms and factories on Tue. in Tehran.