About Sina Akbari Mistani

Sina is IranPartner's Senior Manager. He uses his experience to understand the needs and develop solutions for companies interested in entering the Iranian market.

FIPPA License: How to Protect Your Investments in Iran

Protecting investments in a foreign country is a chief concern for international investors. In Iran, the government provides protection against a range of common risks through the FIPPA License. In this article, we will take a closer look at different aspects of FIPPA and why it is important for foreign investments to receive a [...]

2018-11-13T11:19:58+04:30October 20th, 2017|Business in Iran, Investments, Regulations & Tax|

Iran Import: an Analysis of Export to Iran

Analyzing Iran import and export statistics are significant for foreign businesses to have an idea of their target market in Iran. Looking at these numbers provides a rough estimate of their ability to sell their products in the new market. Here, we take a look at Iran's leading suppliers and the products residing on top [...]

2017-10-09T12:39:01+04:30October 10th, 2017|Insights, Statistics|

Tax in Iran: What Business Owners Need to Know

Many companies are confused about the tax in Iran. Sources are mainly in Farsi. And, of course, very few consultants have the combination of the experience and communication skills to help prospecting companies understand the matter. Nonetheless, understanding the tax system in the new country is among the crucial first steps a business must take. [...]

2017-10-09T12:39:01+04:30October 5th, 2017|Business in Iran, Insights, Regulations & Tax|

Muharram: How Tradition Influences Business in Iran

Business in Iran is under the influence of tradition. One of the major national traditions in the Iranian society is the Mourning of Muharram. The Mourning of Muharram is a set of rituals associated with the Shia Muslims of Iran, comprising %90+ of the population. Muharram is the first month of the Islamic calendar, which [...]

2017-10-09T12:39:01+04:30September 20th, 2017|Business in Iran|

IranPartner’s Clients: Who They Are & How We Serve Them

We have started IranPartner with a vision of bridging the ever-increasing gap between the Iranian business environment and the global economy. Where lack of international interactions had created a sense of distrust both at home and abroad, we made our endeavor to instill trust in both sides by providing world-class services. To devise and [...]

2017-12-26T12:28:36+04:30September 2nd, 2017|IranPartner|