While the interest coming from bank deposits is higher than 20 percent in Iran, and investment in some industries enjoy fast guaranteed profits, a new wave of investment has been recently created in the country; investment in areas with high level of risk and delay in return on capital. But what has caused this new wave makers (new entrepreneurs) to be indifferent about having a safe investment but instead prefer to confront with unpredicted risks? A passion for entrepreneurship.
Tadbir magazine is talking with Said Rahmani, one of the pioneers in the area of venture capital investment in Iran. He is the founder of “Sarava” Venture Capital Investment.
Sarava’s CEO Speech on Investment Prospects in “Iran-EU conference of Trade and Investment” held in Vienna
(July 25th 2015) Said Rahmani, founder and CEO of Sarava Venture Capital firm joined a delegation of Iranian officials and business leaders in “Iran-EU conference on Trade and Investment” held in the capital of Austria, Vienna, on 23rd and 24th of July 2015 and delivered a speech on enormous investment opportunities that exist in the […]READ FULL ARTICLE →
Sarava venture capital was established in 2011 and are currently engaged with number of successful investments in internet and mobile based businesses. Sarava provides investments with the tools to develop operational capabilities. Going beyond pure capital investment Sarava looks to help entrepreneurs build world class companies in Iran.
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