“National Entrepreneurship Organization of Iran”
Chapter One – General
Article 1- Objectives and Subject of Activity:
In order to ensure that entrepreneurs participate more actively in the formulation and implementation of policies and programs for the development of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology, as well as the achievement of the goals set forth in the country’s development plans and laws in the field of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology, and in the role of role as a non-governmental organization In the field of entrepreneurship in the areas of planning, decision-making and implementation at the country level and partnership and maximum participation of the components of entrepreneurship ecosystem in the formulation and implementation of entrepreneurship development programs and the institutionalization and development of the culture of entrepreneurship in society, the National Entrepreneurship Organization of Iran, on the basis of Article The law of the room Ron and Article (5) of the continuous improvement of business environment in accordance with the following provisions will be.
Article 2- Name:
“National Entrepreneurship Organization of Iran”
Article 3- Identity:
“The National Entrepreneurship Organization of Iran”, referred to in this Statute as “the Organization”, in the implementation of Article (5) of the Law on the Continual Improvement of the Business Environment and paragraph 8 of the 28th Session of the High Council for Employment and the Decision of the 27th / 4/1396 The Central Council of the Entrepreneurship Centers of the country and the Principal Consent of 4/5/1396 is formed by the Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture of Iran and has independent legal personality and professional, professional, non-political and nonprofit Operates.
Article 4- Citizenship:
Citizenship is “Iranian” organization.
Article 5- Residence:
The legal residence is “Organization” in Tehran.
Note: The location of the headquarters of the “organization” is determined by the authority of the board of directors.
In the event of a change of legal residence, the “organization” will be advertised in the widely selected newspaper and will be notified in writing to Iran.
Article 6- Activity field:
The scope of “organization” activity throughout Iran and provincial entrepreneurship centers are representative organizations in the provinces.
Article 7 – Duration of activity:
The duration of the “organization” activity is unlimited from the registration date.
Chapter Two – Tasks and Authority
Article 8- The duties and powers of the “organization” are as follows:
8.1. Provide specialized consultations to the three forces of the country in the field of the formulation and implementation of policies and programs for the development and promotion of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology
8-2. Identify the barriers and problems of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology in Iran and attempt to eliminate them.
8.3. Formation and development of non-governmental institutions supporting the promotion and development of entrepreneurship (financial-credit, scientific-educational, support-insurance, innovation and technology, consultancy, etc.)
8.4. Efforts to create the necessary institutions in the private sector for advancement, counseling, support, acceleration and financing for startups based on entrepreneurship, innovation and knowledge-based technology in the country;
8.5. Increasing cooperation and collaboration among business associations, innovation and technology and business networking in the country and, if necessary, with other countries;
8-6. Developing programs for developing entrepreneurial and managerial skills in entrepreneurs and young people through training, transfer of experiences and other possible ways;
8-7. Increasing the knowledge and ability of managers and members of organizations in the field of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology in the management of non-profit organizations and organizations;
8-8. Familiarize entrepreneurs with corporate social responsibility (CSR) and organize and implement common tasks in this field;
8-9. Perform scientific and research activities related to the mission of the “organization” at home and abroad;
8-10. Conduct the launch of the IPP and endeavor to see the creativity and innovation of the entrepreneurs and create a link between the owners of the ideas and the powerful investors.
8-11. Identification and leveling of the country’s entrepreneurs
8-12. Efforts to create the necessary institutions in the private sector for advancement, advisory, support, and financing for emerging knowledge-based companies in the country;
8-13- Creation of a database in the fields related to the goals and duties of the “organization” and information through the creation of a network of information and publication of books, specialized magazines and brochures, and the exchange of relevant information;
8-14 Cooperation with the Ministry of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare and the Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture of Iran, Cooperative Center, Presidential Vice President of Science and Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Elite Foundation, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, Central Bank , Guilds and other devices in the field related to the mission of the organization or referral fields from the room and executive agencies;
8-15 Cooperation with business organizations at home and abroad and holding and participating in relevant events at the national, regional and international levels.
8-16- Organizing training courses for members and holding specialized conferences and roundtables;
8-17- Organize the presence and visit of domestic and foreign exhibitions in order to familiarize entrepreneurs with advanced technologies and accomplishments of entrepreneurs in the interior and abroad.
8-18. Coordination and assistance in introducing members for membership in specialized, regional and international organizations in relation to the organization’s activities;
8-19- Advice and assistance in making decisions of senior executives in the country and increasing the confidence of decisions taken in the field of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology
8-20- Presence at the High Council for Employment and Committees of the Islamic Consultative Assembly and other national decision-making and decision-making bodies
Chapter 3: Membership and its terms
Article 9 Membership and conditions:
Members of the organization are:
Provincial Counseling Centers and Entrepreneurship Associations across Provinces (Each Provincial Entrepreneurial Region and Other Business Organizations, in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the Executive Code)
The organizations of the National People’s Organization of the Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology field, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Executive Code
National associations and associations with the subject of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology are licensed in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Executive Code
Organization of science and technology parks or one of the parks representing science and technology parks throughout the country in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Executive Board
The organization of the centers of growth and one of the centers of growth, representing the centers of growth throughout the country in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Executive Code
Note 1- Each member of the organization in the assemblies only has one vote, which is indicated by the head or official representative, the representative must have a valid business card or membership in one of the rooms of the country.
Note 2: The terms of membership, membership fees and termination are in accordance with the rules set forth in the Executive Regulations of the National Iranian Business Organization, which is provided by the Board of Directors.
Article 10 Rights and Duties of Members:
All members of the organization are required to observe the provisions of the articles of association, regulations and regulations approved by the board of directors and are bound to cooperate in achieving the goals of the “organization”.
Note 1- The withdrawal of each of the terms of acceptance of membership for each member during the term of membership will result in suspension of that member.
Note 2: Suspension is a kind of suspension of membership that is caused by the removal of any of the terms of the membership. If the condition is reset, the membership will again be eligible and the member will be entitled to use his legal rights, subject to the payment of his membership fee and other financial obligations to the organization for the entire period of suspension.
Note 3 Those members who, due to the conditions of their membership, will not be entitled to participate in public assemblies, vote and nominate for the bodies and use of the services of the “organization”.
Chapter Four – Bodies
Article 11: The organizational elements are:
Board of Directors;
Article 12 General Assembly:
The General Assembly is the highest decision-making authority and is composed of representatives or representatives of the members of the “organization”.
12.1. The invitation of each turn of the general assembly shall be adhered to once the advertizing in the most publicly-elected publication of the organization and at least fifteen and no more than forty days prior to the date of the meeting, and by announcing the agenda, day, hour, venue, and attendance of the Assembly. . A separate invitation is also sent to the members by the appointing authority. At the same time as the announcement of the invitation is published in the current edition of the current publication, the contributor must coordinate with the relevant chamber of commerce, industry, mines and agriculture to place the invitation ad in their official website. The use of digital media is recommended for informational purposes.
12.2. Members must be present at the meeting and allow Tokelai to vote without legal representation.
12.3. Obtaining a ballot in the public “organizations” is public unless the decision to elect or dismiss the members of the board of directors and inspectors, or at the discretion of the general assembly, in other cases, decides to obtain a written ballot.
12.4. The representative of the Iranian Chamber of Representatives shall declare the formal nature of the meeting and immediately vote among the members to elect a board of governors composed of a chairman, two supervisors and a secretary to the meeting. The elected board then takes the office of the meeting.
12.5. The resolutions of the Assembly shall be binding on all members of the Assembly in the framework of the Constitution of the Organization.
12.6 The secretary of the meeting is obliged to set up a minutes containing all the resolutions of the Assembly and add them to the list of the members present to sign the Board of Directors of the Assembly and the representative of the Iranian Chamber of Deputies.
12.7. The presence of the representative of the Iranian Chamber in all meetings of the General Assembly (ordinary and extraordinary) is necessary as an observer and will be without voting rights.
12.8 The Secretariat of the “Organization” shall send a copy of the minutes of the General (Extraordinary) General Meetings to the attendance list for the Iranian Chamber.
Article 13 – General assemblies are of two types:
Normal General Assembly Extremely,
Extraordinary General Assembly.
Article 14 – The General Assembly shall be convened once a year and during the first three months of the fiscal year in accordance with Article 12.1. The formation of a normal general assembly is superfluous to the extent necessary.
Article 15 – Functions of the General Assembly Normal and extraordinary:
15.1. Audit of the Financial and Operating Report of the Board;
15.2 Audit report of the inspector and auditor;
15.3. Approval of the Executive, Financial and Annual Report of the “Organization”;
15.4. Audit of the Board of Directors Report on the New Fiscal Year Plan and Budget;
15.5. Approval of the amount of income, annual membership fee, and proposed plan and budget;
15.6. Selection or dismissal of the individual or collective members of the Board of Directors; (Deletion terms will be specified in the Rules)
15.7. Selection or dismissal of the inspector and the main auditor (or Ali al-Badd); (Conditions for dismissal will be specified in the Rules)
15-8. Selection of a widely-published newspaper and determination of information dissemination methods.
Note 1: The board of directors must prepare its reports at least 20 days before the date of the meeting and submit it to the inspector for review.
Article 16- The Board of Directors shall, at least 20 days before the expiration of the term of the term of the Board of Directors, hold a general meeting in accordance with Article 12.1. In any case, until the new board is elected, the former board of directors will be responsible.
Article 17 – The General Assembly shall be convened in extraordinary circumstances, at the request of the Board of Directors or the Inspectorate, in accordance with Article 12.1 of the Statute.
Article 18 – General and ordinary general meetings shall be exceptionally recognized by the presence of half as well as a major member, and its approval shall be valid with the positive votes of the majority of the members present at the meeting, if the meeting is not held to the quorum, the second round of the Assembly Maximum within 20 days after the first turn, according to Article 12.1 of the Articles of Association. The second meeting of the Assembly shall be recognized by the presence of any number and its decisions shall be approved by a half vote plus a present member.
Article 19 – Duties and powers of the Extraordinary General Assembly:
A. Modify and amend the statutes of the “Organization”;
B) the dissolution of the “organization” and the election of the members of the purge board with coordination and information to the Iranian Chamber
(C) Other items that are not available to the General Assembly.
Article 20 – The Extraordinary General Assembly shall be convened by at least half of the members of the “Organization” and the decisions of the Assembly shall be valid by two thirds of the votes of the members present.
Article 21- In the event that the Extraordinary General Assembly fails to reach the quinquennial, the second time of the Assembly shall be held not later than 20 days after the first appointment in accordance with Article 12.1 of the Statute. The second round of the meeting will be recognized by the presence of any number of members and its decisions will be valid with two thirds of the members present positively.
Article 22. With the recognition of the necessity of convening a general general assembly or extraordinary general assembly by the inspector, the board shall be notified to the board and the board of directors is obliged not to exceed 15 days from the date of receipt of the request of the inspector, in accordance with Article 13 of the statute for the formation of the general assembly Invited. In the case of the Board of Directors, the Inspector may, in accordance with Article 12.1 of the Statute, proceed with the holding of the Assembly.
Article 23 At the written request of at least one-third of the original members of the General Assembly, the Extraordinary General Assembly or the Extraordinary General Assembly, the Board of Directors shall, within a maximum of 20 days from the date of receipt of the written request, appoint members for the formation of the Assembly in accordance with Article 12- 1 invites. If the Board of Directors fails, applicants can request the General Assembly from the Inspector, and the Inspector is required to invite the members in accordance with Article 12.1 within a maximum of 15 days. If the Inspector also refuses, the Applicants may invite the General Assembly from the Organization The Iranian entrepreneurs want to, and the Iranian business organization should, after examining and ensuring the lack of attention of the board of directors and the inspector, to request members to invite members to form a general assembly, observing all the procedures set forth in the articles of association.
Article 24- The Board of Directors:
24.1 The Board of Directors of the “Organization” shall consist of 5 original members and 2) members of the General Assembly, elected by the General Assembly, normally from among the members, for a term of three years.
Note 1: At least one member of the board of directors should be elected from among the female delegates of the organization. If there is not enough women among the women, with the approval of the board of directors of the assembly, there is a choice among gentlemen.
24.2. After the termination of the mandate of the board of directors until the election of the new board, all responsibilities shall remain with the members of the previous board.
Article 25 – The Board of Directors shall convene the first meeting within a week of their election
He will be able to choose one person as his boss and two as a vice president and one as a treasurer.
Article 26- The term of office of each of the members of the board of directors shall not be more than one year in the board of directors. The appointment of each position by the board of directors is canceled or re-elected.
Article 27 – The Board of Directors shall meet at least once a month, at the written request of the Chairperson, in the absence of the Vice-President. Meetings of the board of directors will be held at the core of the “organization” or in another place designated in the invitation.
Article 28. In case of resignation, death or dismissal of any member of the board of directors, the member of Ali al-Badli who has cast more votes in the election, will be the successor to the original member for the remainder of the board of directors.
Article 29- Meetings of the Board shall be recognized by the presence of the majority of the members of the Board of Directors.
Article 30- The Board of Directors shall manage the meetings of the Board with the Chairperson of the Board and, in the absence thereof, with the Vice-President.
Article 31- Decisions of the Board of Directors shall be valid with a majority vote of the members of the Board of Directors present at the meeting.
Article 32. The minutes of the deliberations and decisions of the board of directors shall be signed by the Secretary-General or one of the members of the Board of Directors and the Members of the Board of Directors.
Article 33- By selecting and presenting a true individual outside the board of directors, he shall be elected and recruited full time as the Secretary-General.
Note 1- The Board of Directors may delegate part of its authority to the Secretary-General with its own responsibility.
Note 2- Three consecutive non-consecutive absence or five non-consecutive non-consecutive absentees during the one-year term in the board meetings shall be the dismissal of the board of directors and the alternate member shall be replaced by the deputy member. The determination of justification or non-justification is the responsibility of the board of directors and by the absolute majority of them.
Note 3. The Secretary-General may attend the meetings of the non-voting board of directors.
Article 34. For the performance of administrative and executive activities of the “organization”, a secretariat shall be established under the authority of the Secretary-General and under the supervision of the Board of Directors.
Article 35- Duties and powers of the board of directors:
The board is the legal representative of the “organization” and has all the legal authority to manage the affairs of the “organization”. The duties and powers of the board of directors are as follows:
35.1 Opening a variety of bank accounts called “Organization” in authorized banks and depositing all funds of the “Organization” and paying fees from these accounts;
35.2. Determine the owners of authorized signatures of financial and obligatory documents and ordinary bills and administrative correspondence;
35.3. To manage and perform financial and monetary operations and financial obligations and to study loans in accordance with the authority and to submit the annual report of its operations and financial actions to the General Assembly;
35.4. To conclude any contract and to convert and convert it to the purchase, sale, lease and acquisition of movable and immovable property and account “organization”;
35.5. Recruiting and dismissing the General Secretary of the “Organization” and determining salaries and other payments;
35.6. Granting or withdrawing any legal and criminal claims with all the powers to go to the courts and to hear the hearing of the right to appeal to the courts of the province and the Supreme Court, compromise, appointment of a lawyer, compromise, use of arbitration rights and procedures;
35.7. To carry out matters which, in accordance with legal requirements, are necessary for the administration of the “organization” and the progress of its purposes and purposes, and not stipulated in the articles of association;
35-8. Designation and dispatch of representatives to the councils, commissions, committees, departments and agencies of internal and external;
35-9- Drafting and approval of internal regulations and regulations for the better administration of the “organization” affairs within the framework of the statute;
10.35. Drafting the program and budget of the “Organization” for submission to the General Assembly;
11.35. Preparation of the financial statements of the “Organization”, adjusting the balance sheet and accounting for the functions of the past year for submission to the General Assembly;
35.12. Sending annual reports of the “Organization” to the Iran Chamber;
Establishment and approval of salaries, benefits and rewards of directors, consultants and experts on the proposal of the Secretary-General;
35-14. Formulating “Organization” macro policies and policies for submission to the General Assembly;
35-15. Provide executive practices and practices for the implementation of the policies and plans of the “organization”;
Cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce of Iran and other economic organizations of the country in order to create synergy, prevent parallel work and advance legal goals.
Article 36. The Board of Directors shall determine the powers of the Secretary-General. The main duties of the Secretary-General are as follows:
36.1. Preparation and compilation of programs (short, medium, and long term) of the “organization” and submit it to the board for examination and approval;
36- Preparation and drafting of the budget of “Organization” and presenting it to the Board of Directors;
36.3. Preparation of an appropriate organizational structure for the planning and implementation of the “organization” and submit it to the board for examination and approval;
36.4 The Secretary-General shall monitor the offices, documents, financial statements, receipts and payments of the “organization” and oversee the process of recording, recording, maintaining and protecting documents, and, upon request from the inspector, to examine the offices and financial documents of the “organization” , At the Secretariat site, provide the Inspector with the documents.
36.5. Designation of specialized working groups in order to advance the legal objectives of the “organization”;
36.6. Selection of the secretaries of the specialized commissions and the list of their duties and proposals to the board for examination and approval;
36-7- Presentation of the performance of “Organization” to the Board of Directors;
36.8. Submission of annual reports on the board of directors’ performance and finances, approved by the inspector, to the members of the organization.
36-9- Management of the internal affairs of the organization
Article 37 – Inspector
37.1. The General Inspector General and one person, Ali Al-Badd Inspector, shall be elected from among or outside the General Assembly for a period of one year, and their reelection for subsequent periods shall be prohibited. Persons who are nominated as “organization” inspectors should have sufficient experience and familiarity with the duties and responsibilities of the inspector. If the organization’s budget exceeds 5 billion rials, the inspector must be selected from among the accredited audit institutions of the member of the official accountancy community.
37.2. In the event of death, the resignation or termination of the conditions set forth in Article 25 of the Statute from the principal inspector, his duties shall be performed by the Inspector General.
Article 38. Inspector’s duties:
38.1. Supervision of all actions and operations of the board of directors in accordance with the provisions of this Statute and its implementation with the provisions of the Articles of Association, the laws of the general assemblies and current laws of the country from the duties of the Inspector and, in the event of observance of the violation through the Secretariat, shall be informed to the Board of Directors. And requests to fix it.
38.2. The Inspector considers the balance sheet and reports prepared by the Board of Directors to submit to the General Assembly, as well as, if necessary, all documents and financial documents of the “Organization” and is required to submit its opinion in writing to the General Assembly To leave
38.3 The Inspector shall provide his written report to Members at least 10 days before the General Assembly is convened and shall submit it to the Secretary-General of the House.
38.4 The Inspector is required to deliver a copy of his reports to the Secretariat of the “Organization”.
Chapter 5 – Financial Resources
Article 39. The financial resources of the organization are as follows:
39 – 1 – Membership Entry,
39 – 2 – annual membership fee;
39.3. Gifts, gifts, wagfs, acceptance of wills and cash and non-cash contributions of members or third parties, rooms, ministries, governmental organizations and institutions, and public organizations;
39.4 – Funds provided to members for the provision of services such as training, holding exhibitions, etc .;
Article 40. Members of the “Organization” shall submit the sum of the entry to the account of the “Organization” and receive the bill to the Secretariat.
Article 41 – In addition to the admission, each participant shall, in addition to the receipt, pay annually to the account of the “Organization” the deposit amount and receipt of the receipt, and shall also be submitted to the Secretariat.
Article 42 – The amount of income and annual membership fee shall be determined by the proposal of the board of directors and be determined by the general assembly. In addition, the General Assembly may delegate its discretion to the Board on an annual basis.
Article 43 – “Organization” may enjoy gifts, gifts, dedications, acceptance of wills and cash and non-cash contributions of members or third parties, ministries, organizations and public institutions and public institutions and organizations, and, if necessary, subject to approval by the board of directors. The right to credit and obtain loans from banks and credit institutions or from companies and individuals.
Article 46. The Board of Directors may provide the services of members and non-members, holding specialized exhibitions and seminars, forming workshops, publishing books and publications, etc. The costs of the organization shall be provided by the Board.
Chapter Six – Dissolution and Filtration
Article 44- “Organization” shall be dissolved by a decision of the Extraordinary General Assembly.
Article 45- If the “organization” is dissolved by the General Assembly, the Assembly shall elect a dissolution commission consisting of three representatives. The selection of the members of the board of directors of the “organization” before the dissolution, in the capacity of the members of the board of directors, is coordinated and in agreement with the Iranian Chamber.
Article 46- Following the announcement of the dissolution of the “Organization” and the appointment of the members of the Board of Appeal in coordination with the Iranian Chamber of Commerce, the former “organization” administrators are required to process all documents, documents, offices, property and equipment of the “organization” by setting up the minutes of the delivery of the board.
Article 50- The purgation board shall, under the supervision of the representative of the Iranian Chamber of Representatives, clarify the status of debts and assets and, after settlement, all movable and immovable property left to the Iranian Chamber shall be transferred.
Article 47. The duties and duties of the Board of Appeal in relation to the existing property, claims and damages to the “Organization” and, in general, the purification pursuant to the provisions of the amended bill will be part of the Commercial Law approved on December 24, 2012 and the provisions of the Articles of Association.
Chapter Seven – Miscellaneous
Article 48 – “Organization” may, in order to advance its objectives and fulfill its functions, be able to establish the number of specialized or temporary specialized committees from among and outside of the directors and members of the “organization”. The duties and type of activity of each commission, the number of its members and their way of choosing, how they operate and manage, and how to dissolve it, will be based on the regulations and regulations that will be drafted and approved by the board of directors.
Article 49. “Organization” shall not have any position or interference in the political or provincial or national elections.
Article 50. If the articles of association need to be interpreted, this will be done by the Iranian Chamber and the views of the Iranian Chamber on this matter will be definite and necessary.
Article 51 – Compliance with all regulations, regulations and instructions of the Iranian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is binding on all members and bodies of the organization.
Article 52. This Statute has been approved by the General Assembly of the founders of the National Iranian Rice Cooperation Organization in 7 chapters and 52 articles and 13 notes on 30/10/2016.