Ruhollah Rahmani, the chairman of the board of directors of Digikala
I remember that as a child I always had a kind of curiosity about different sciences and technologies of the world, and this curiosity later reached maturity when, at the age of four, I chose my job and told my mother that I wanted to become an inventor. Of course, at that time I had just chosen my job, and I didn’t really know what I wanted to invent or even what field my invention was going to be in. But I knew I had to invent. This issue became so widespread that it unconsciously drew me towards it and influenced the course of my life.