中国媒体对巴扎商店的报道

一些中国媒体把巴扎商店波斯语字面名字翻译成到汉语为 ”咖啡巴扎“

“咖啡巴扎”CEO:美国制裁促使伊朗拥有自己的手机应用商城

Cri.cn | 赵妍

“国际在线报道(中国国际广播电台记者 雷湘平):由于美国制裁,成千上万的伊朗手机用户长时间不能正常使用Google Play、Apple Store等国际主流手机应用商店的服务。但这反而促使伊朗互联网创业者开发出属于伊朗用户自己的手机应用商店,“咖啡巴扎”(Cafe Bazaar)就是其中最大的一家。“ 阅读更多


伊朗Cafe Bazaar发布的报告显示:83%的用户拥有三星或华为手机

Elecfans.com | 小狐狸

“ 1月16日消息,据伊朗媒体Financial Tribune报道,伊朗最大的安卓手机软件商店Cafe Bazaar发布的一份报告显示,83%的用户拥有三星或华为手机。

由于大多数伊朗Android手机用户在手机上安装了Cafe Bazaar应用,因此调查数据可以扩展到整个市场。Cafe Bazaar软件商店覆盖了3500万部手机,因此调查数据有一定的准确性。“阅读更多


伊朗最大应用商店Cafe Bazaar来访炫踪

Baijiahao.baidu.com

“4月8日,伊朗最大应用商店Cafe Bazaar的市场负责人Mahammad Moallemi来访炫踪。希望通过此次炫踪之行,加强中东游戏市场与中国出海游戏企业之间的交流,以寻求合适的合作契机。“ 阅读更多


伊朗互联网市场制裁下露生机

Huanqiu.com | 曲翔宇

“说起伊朗互联网产业,多数人的反应大概

分两种。不了解的人会说:伊朗跟西方关系这么不好,受制裁这么多年还能有互联网产业?也有不少业界人士则担心,与伊朗做生意会导致自己在非伊朗地区的业务受到制裁。然而事实上,这两种看法都有片面性。《环球时报》记者日前在德黑兰走访数家伊朗互联网企业,发现即便是“5月2日”美国制裁豁免大限之后,伊朗互联网产业——尤其是手机应用领域,仍有不小的发展机会。” 阅读更多


伊朗的“咖啡巴扎“

Pheonix

“虽然伊朗目前是在美国之些施压而严厉制裁下,伊朗的电子商务却在快速发展,并没有受到它的影响。” 多看一点


面向中东,共创未来 来自伊朗的“巴扎商店”参展China Joy

Sina.com.cn

"第17届中国国际数码互动娱乐展览会(China Joy)于8月2日-5日在上海新国际博览中心举办,年轻人所向往的游戏、动漫以及科技都尽数呈现在了面前。在本届China Joy上,伊朗最大手机应用商店“Cafebazaar巴扎商店”全球媒体总裁Alireza Ahmadi先生以及他的团队们向大家分享了中东波斯语区游戏发行的真实情况。" 阅读更多


来自伊朗的巴扎商店参展2019ChinaJoy BTOB

ifengcom

“随着中国与美国的贸易战开战,以及来自欧洲的收入前景不明朗,中国企业正在世界各地寻找出口市场。中国开发商,通常更倾向于海外市场收入上升的前景,其中也包括了在互联网经济不太发达但迅速上升的中东地区。” 阅读更多


手游CPI低至6美分?速途网专访伊朗最大应用商店Cafebazaar董事长

网易

“随着中国游戏市场的逐渐触顶,出海成为近两年游戏公司的普遍选择。在出海目的地中东地区,《苏丹的复仇》的成功让中国游戏公司看到了中东市场的潜力,但中东地区复杂的金融体系和语言宗教壁垒也让不少中国游戏公司望而却步。” 阅读更多


Cafe Bazaar, the Largest Android Marketplace in the Middle East Seeks Cooperation with Chinese Game Developers

Pandaily.com

"When talking about the overseas exportation of Chinese video games, one market you might never actually think about is the Middle East. According to the 2018 report of Chinese mobile gaming’s going overseas, in terms of total money spent on games by Chinese developers, the top ten countries are all from North America, Europe and other parts of Asia. Saudi Arabia ranks the first out of countries from the Middle East. Considering the cultural differences, one of the major problems in terms of localization is the language. For Persian speaking regions like Iran, it could be a little confusing for users to understand the cultural settings in dynasty games like The Three Kingdoms. However a wide range of genres from role playing games, to casual games are still to be explored." 阅读更多


这就是在伊朗启动一家初创公司的感觉

华盛顿邮报 | Matt McFarland

“About 15 years ago, he was the first kid in his Tehran high school to get the Internet. “Don’t try to tell anybody else about it,” he recalls his principal warning. “It might affect their culture, their beliefs.” She was an early Internet user, too, and obsessed with Yahoo messenger. She’d message strangers in chat rooms while assuring her concerned parents that she wasn’t revealing too much. Fast forward to today and the duo is at the helm of some of Tehran’s thriving start-ups. Both left Europe for careers in Iran. Cafe Bazaar co-founder Hessam Armandehi, 28, and Takhfifan founder Nazanin Daneshvar, 30, have turned profits, had to move to larger offices and gained thousands of customers. His high school now has WiFi. And she’s too busy for chat rooms, but has come to idolize Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer. …” 阅读更多


伊朗企业家对外国资金、专业知识的渴望

路透社 | Georgina Prodhan

“Some Iranian start-ups have flourished with backing from Sarava, Iran’s first venture-capital fund, which has invested in online retailer Digikala and Google Android app store Cafe Bazaar, two of Iran’s best-known Internet companies. Digikala went on to attract a $10 million investment from a European fund last year, making headlines as this valued the company at $150 million, while Cafe Bazaar’s co-founder Hessam Armandehi is a poster child for Iran’s high-tech scene. …” 阅读更多


技术初创公司在德黑兰扎根

华尔街日报 | Benoit Faucon and Rory Jones

“But there also is a sense of freedom in the startup universe in Iran that is missing in more traditional sectors of the economy. While the average Iranian state official typically wears in a dark gray suit and a collarless white shirt, Café Bazaar co-founder and Chief Executive Hessam Armandehi turns up to work sporting a polo shirt. …” 阅读更多


问答:巴扎商店讨论伊朗应用市场

Saleha Riaz

“Briefly tell us about the app economy in Iran and Cafe Bazaar’s place in it. Amin Amirsharifi (AA), CEO: People in Iran love technology. The internet penetration rate reached 53.23 per cent by the end of March 2017, and there are an estimated 40 million smartphones in Iran. … What are your thoughts on Apple and Google banning Iranian apps? Hessam Armandehi (HA), co-founder and executive chairman: We invested in developing a few iOS apps that are now widely used in Iran but with the ban, we have stopped that. I believe people will switch to platforms and marketplaces that, unlike Apple and Google, provide them with ease of access, various payment services and more convenient customer support. …” 阅读更多.


低消费物价指数和高每用户平均营收:伊朗,中东增长最快的手机应用市场

PocketGamer.Biz

“In terms of gaming revenue generated by users, Iran stands on the third place in the Middle East, right after Turkey and Saudi Arabia, data from Statista and Newzoo show. Based on industry reports, while a games developer should spend average $2m to acquire 400k users anywhere else ($5 per install), the cost of reaching the same number of installs on Cafe Bazaar is zero. Featuring and promotion plans can help developers acquire more users via Iran’s biggest marketplace, which is home to over 37m users. Based on reports, a game can organically gain up to 1,000 installs. …” 阅读更多


伊朗的应用程序开发商在一年内赚得1370万美元

金融论坛

“Iran’s largest Android app market, Café Bazaar, released a report at the weekend saying that there are 7,000 active application developing teams in the country and 20,700 people work for the rapidly expanding sector. Published in a blog post on Café Bazaar, the report states that during the past Iranian fiscal that ended in March 2017, Iranian developers collectively earned 650 billion rials ($13.7 million). Some 1,400 app developing companies are registered. …” 阅读更多


一群孩子是如何成为伊朗最受欢迎的安卓游戏的

Tech Rasa | MohammadReza Azali

“However, we shouldn’t forget the role of first Android market place in Iran named Cafe Bazaar. Because without it, developing an android app and releasing it in google play would have been so hard. After sanctions, many companies like Google, Apple closed down their app store to Iranian. The only way to use these markets was using VPNs and manually changing the location of jailbreaked or rooted devices through some special apps. This was only on users’ side, you can imagine when you can’t download an app through App Store or Google Play, and surely you can’t submit your app to google to release it on google play. So Bazaar played an important role by providing a platform for users in Iran to download apps and for developers to easily release their apps on their android market. …” 阅读更多


面纱背后:对伊朗领先的应用商店一瞥

冒险搏动 | Amir Bozorgzadeh

“Hessam Aramandehi, Cafe Bazaar’s CEO, recently said during our panel talk at October’s Game Connection that his company’s app store covers “85 perecent of the market with 25 million active installs.” … In terms of annual revenue, Newzoo’s latest report estimates total Iranian games revenue in 2015 to be USD $194 million (October 19, 2015). I clock mobile games at 25 percent of that, which tallies to about $50 million. It’s hard to work out Cafe Bazaar’s revenues from there, for a variety of reasons that can’t fit into this current article, but it’s probably somewhere around $30-$35 million for 2015. These are my own calculations. …” 阅读更多


在德黑兰做游戏:一个巨大的市场,没有连接

GameIndustry.biz | Brie Code

“Most Iranians buy their games from local solutions such as Cafe Bazaar, a store available on Android. In fact, many of the services that game developers take for granted in other parts of the world — from the Unity engine to global networked banking — are not so readily available in Iran. My Canadian and German bank cards are useless here. This creates incredible challenges for Iranian developers, but also opportunities. Businesses like Cafe Bazaar are built to duplicate these global services. …” 阅读更多


荷兰公司投资伊朗技术公司

金融论坛

“Amsterdam-based business International Internet Investment Coöperatief (IIIC) is planning to invest €38 million in Iranian tech firm Hezar Dastan Holdings owner of Café Bazaar (major local Android app market) and Divar (online classified ads service). ‘Through the investment, the Dutch business will acquire a 10% stake in the holding,’ Bazaar’s co-founder and chairman of the board Hessam Armandehi was quoted as saying by ILNA. ‘Our management structure will remain intact after the investment,’ Armandehi said, ‘The money will be used to develop new services including a cloud service.’ … Setting the bar higher for his firm, Armandehi said, ‘We are planning to turn Café Bazaar into a unicorn startup.’ …” 阅读更多


巴扎商店与 Supercell 签订了合同

Techrasa | Mohammad Reza Azali

“Clash of Clans is one of the most popular mobile games in Iran with more than 5 Million installs only on Cafe Bazaar android market. Thanks to the new deal signed between Cafe Bazaar and Supercell, Iranians can now buy Gems in Rial from this Iranian android market. … As mobile games got more popular in Iran, Cafe Bazaar began implementing In-App purchase with local debit cards for the most popular foreign android games. Right now, Machinarium, Clash of Kings, Brothers in Arms 3, March of Empires, Township, King’s Empire are amongst the games that Cafe Bazaar brought to its market with the ability to make In-App purchases by local debit cards.” 阅读更多


伊朗的游戏产业

Yara Elmjouie

“Cafe Bazaar’s credit system — like Microsoft Points — has single-handedly enabled freemium games in a country where online financial transactions still require users to reenter their national debit card information every time they make a purchase. Two of the Bazaar’s biggest mobile titles, Fruitcraft (100,000+ downloads) and Rooster Wars (800,000 registered users), are a testament to that. With a 114 percent spike in game revenue since last quarter, Moallemi says, the utility-dominated Cafe Bazaar is looking to games to drive future growth. Various European publishers are in talks to bring their Android games to the Bazaar’s users, Moallemi says. …” 阅读更多


德黑兰梦想:除了石油和化肥,印度公司在伊朗赢得了难以置信的机会

Quartz | T.V. Mohandas Pai

“Iran has used the years under the sanctions to develop internally, with good roads, water and housing supplies and an education system where women predominate — nearly 70% of Iranian science and engineering students are women. Close to 300,000 engineers in Iran have built homegrown replacements not just for nuclear technology but also for internet and mobile applications. Iran’s young, 20-something IT community has created Cafe Bazaar in place of Google Play; Bamilo instead of Amazon; Taxi Yaab instead of Uber, Mazando instead of Ebay. …” 阅读更多


巴扎商店在《世界移动通信大会》(MWC)介绍了伊朗当地的移动生态系统

Techrasa | Mohammad Reza Azali

“Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry, organized by the GSMA and held in the Mobile World Capital Barcelona, from 27 February to 2 March 2017. With the help of Cafe Bazaar, Iranian developers have been working hard in the past 5 years to develop local apps for the Iranian market. “By attending the MWC, Cafe Bazaar aims to introduce Iran’s local mobile ecosystem, its potentials, and to find ways to give local developers new chances to reach a wider audience and to work on a larger scale,” says Iman Mohammadi, Cafe Bazaar’s business development manager. …” 阅读更多


重要的创业有助于传播社会意识

金融论坛

“A local startup named ‘Moheme’ (meaning it is important) has been launched with the aim of increasing social awareness about different issues. Moheme is a social media platform available through the website moheme.ir and an Android app available for download from local application market Café Bazaar. According to the website of the startup, it is a nonprofit organization that wants to help foster the sense of social responsibility in individuals and groups over a wide range of issues. …” 阅读更多


三星、华为主宰伊朗安卓手机市场

金融论坛

“Major Iranian Android app distributor Cafe Bazaar, a copy of Google Play services, has released its second quarterly market review report (for the quarter ending Sep.) that provides developers and tech enthusiasts some insight into Iran’s expanding mobile services industry. The number of users who have downloaded Cafe Bazaar is 36 million, 29 million of whom are actively using it. Since most Iranian Android phone users have the popular Bazaar app on their handsets, the data in the report can provide a general image of the Android app industry in Iran. …” 阅读更多