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Parviz Karami in the specialized seminar for the Research Center of the Islamic Consultative Assembly

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14 May 2022
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Parviz Karami in the specialized seminar for the Research Center of the Islamic Consultative Assembly

A specialized seminar was held on "Strategies for Supporting Creative Companies and Commercialization of Soft Technologies", emphasizing the need for parliamentary-government interaction for the prosperity of creative industries.

 In this seminar, organized by the Research Center of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, "Gholamreza Montazeri, Deputy Chairman for the Cultural Commission of the Islamic Consultative Assembly", was present together with "Parviz Karami, Advisor to the Vice President of Science and Technology and Secretary of Soft Technologies and Creative Industries Development Headquarters", "Mohammad Mehdi Baradaran, the Deputy Minister for Public Industries of the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade, "Afsar Momondi, Director of the Office for Cultural Economy and Arts of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance" and a group of experts from the center.

The influence of creative and cultural industries in different dimensions of national issues

Parviz Karami, Secretary of the Soft Technologies and Creative Industries Development Headquarters, in this meeting, with an overview of how the Soft Technologies and Creative Industries Development Headquarters was formed; Its most important tasks were to refine the imagery of innovation in shaping creative economics, commercializing technologies, and supporting knowledge frontier research and knowledge-based economics.

In introducing the creative ecosystem and innovation, the Secretary of the Soft Technologies and Creative Industries Development Headquarters enumerated the unique capacities of soft technologies and creative and cultural industries and its effects in various dimensions of job creation, wealth creation, national identity, social innovations, Explained economic and cultural.

Parviz Karami added: "The three main approaches in the development of innovation and technology injection in cultural and creative industries are related to the supply of raw materials, supply of infrastructure and equipment for production and marketing, sales and branding."

 Adviser to the Vice President of Science and Technology called creative and innovation houses a platform for the production and birth of creative companies and support for product development and market development of various cultural fields in the ecology of creativity and innovation, and stated: Employment of graduates of humanities, culture and art through creative and knowledge-based companies in the field of creative and cultural industries is on the agenda of the headquarters.



The need to account for issues related to industries and creative companies

In the continuation of this seminar, Gholamreza Montazeri, Deputy Chairman for the Cultural Commission of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, while thanking the Office of Cultural Studies and Education of the Center and the activities of the Soft Technologies and Creative Industries Development Headquarters on the subject of soft technologies and creative industries; He stressed the need to enumerate issues related to the creative industries and considered it the duty of the trustees to change and improve the way of looking at this field and creating a culture around it.

The Deputy Chairman for the Cultural Commission of the Islamic Consultative Assembly emphasized: The main step has been taken by the Vice Presidency of Science and Technology and it is necessary to determine the share and role of various agencies in each of the fields regarding the prosperity of creative industries.

Also, Mousa Bayat, director of the Office for Cultural Studies and Education of the Parliamentary Research Center, expressed the center's approach to addressing the issue of creative industries in the country, emphasizing that the development of creative industries can provide a basis for culture from the current situation and it is considered only as a costly part of the policy structure.

Mohammad Mehdi Baradaran, Deputy Minister for Public Industries of the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade, and Ms. Afsar Momondi, Director for the Economy, Culture and Arts Office of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, also explained the performance of their ministry regarding the creative industries and mechanisms created there and raised the major issues and problems they face.

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