Mozdestan referred to resistive economy as the main strategy in Iran and mentioned that localization, reliance on domestic resources, innovation and creativity of human resources, florescence of national resources, extroversion and aiming production at exports, and the interaction of business and science are among the features of resistive economy. He also named Jihadist management, revision of consumption model, and preservation of environment and renewable resources as other features of resistive economy.
With regard to the distribution of wealth across the country, he stated that “household production and employment is a manufacturing strategy that employs a vast range of human resources and widely distributes wealth in the country.” He said, “cooperative production and sales is another strategy to exploit entrepreneurs’ potentials and capabilities.”
Mozdestan said, “by allotting some of the production stages to household workshops and involving families in the process, on one hand we can transfer the culture of working to the families, and on the other hand we can turn every house into a production workshop.”
The chief executive officer of Seerman emphasized on localization as well as use of local raw materials and amenities in the art of handmade carpet industry. He pointed out that “in our company, as an example, used raw materials have the least dependency to the foreign countries and are easily accessible.” This diligent carpet producer continued, “the employment of art and culture as a vital source and valuable economical factor should be at the agenda of carpet industry.”
He also stated that economical companies cannot ignore their responsibilities towards the society. “They expect an active role from the responsible authorities and organizations”, continued Mozdestan. “Environment preservation, in a way that economical activities do not harm the environment or cause air pollution, is one of the society’s demands.