Research and Development
the part of a business that tries to find ways to improve existing products, and to develop new ones
Research and development (R&D) refers to the activities companies undertake to innovate and introduce new products and services. It is often the first stage in the development process. ... Corporations experience growth through these improvements and the development of new goods and services.
Companies often spend resources on certain investigative undertakings in an effort to make discoveries that can help develop new products or way of doing things or work towards enhancing pre-existing products or processes. These activities come under the Research and Development (R&D) umbrella.
Here in Didgahan Novin Financial Adviser, R&D is more focused on what we can provide to our good old customers as additional services and what else we can provide to spread the range of services to bring new customers on that regard in.
One the most novel area added to the range of our services is in the area of startups in which provide our services for both side, investors and idea owners. For the investors in all criterion from individual to accelerators, angles or even venture capitals we provide them with leading, guiding, supervising and assessing the startup ideas from its initial steps to become a grown up, hence can lead the right startup idea to the right investor with lots of added value.
In this regard as there is no process as what is routine within the world, although Didgahan Novin initiated it within a year but for sure it will become the unique reference for the whole process within the country.
The other novel activity that this company undertook to innovate within a year is taking part in the formation of a fund of fund with huge some of capital to invest in venture funds strategically aligned with the startup arenas to increase the employment rate and supporting petty businesses to grow up.
Even as a listel this company helps its customers to make their own investor packs.
WORLD ECONOMIC SITUATION AND PROSPECTS 2019
In many developed countries, growth rates have risen close to their potential, while unemployment rates have dropped to historical lows. Among the developing economies, the East and South Asia regions remain on a relatively strong growth trajectory, amid robust domestic demand conditions. Beneath the strong global headline figures, however, economic progress has been highly uneven across regions. Despite an improvement in growth prospects at the global level, several large developing countries saw a decline in per capita income in 2018. Even among the economies that are experiencing strong per capita income growth, economic activity is often driven by core industrial and urban regions, leaving peripheral and rural areas behind. While economic activity in the commodity-exporting countries, notably fuel exporters, is gradually recovering, growth remains susceptible to volatile commodity prices. For these economies, the sharp drop in global commodity prices in 2014/15 has continued to weigh on fiscal and external balances, while leaving a legacy of higher levels of debt.