Start-up revolution in Iran
Even though men and women do not share equal rights in Iran, 29-year-old businesswoman Tabassom wants to bring her start-up company to success. Will she prevail in a male-dominated country?
The Islamic Republic of Iran is a country where men enjoy far more rights than women. Many women, particularly the well educated ones, leave the country. Tabassom Latifi would like to stay. She has established a start-up in Teheran, the capital city of Iran, and determined to overcome all obstacles and achieve success.
What drives her to this decision? What kind of difficulties she has encountered as businesswoman in Iran? See her story here!
Author: Theresa Tropper
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