After conducting a thorough and in–depth assessment of the market, Arjang Abdollahi, the Founder and Chief Executive of Sam Etiquette and Protocol Institute (SEPI), along with his wife Sanaz Moghayeri, decided to take the lead in the field of etiquette and interpersonal relationships in Iran.
On the 21st of March, the beginning of Iranian New Year, a partnership agreement was signed between The English Manner (TEM) and SEPI and soon after, Diana Mather, Senior Tutor and Consultant of TEM, was in Tehran to conduct the Train the Trainer (TTT) workshop for SEPI’s trainers.
Arjang Abdollahi has held senior positions working for different UN Agencies and International Organizations for more than fifteen years. Having the experience of working for multinational institutions with multicultural settings and knowing the context of Iran very well, he has an inimitable and exceptional position in offering training courses in the field of etiquette and interpersonal relationship based on Iranian culture and traditions as well as the international standards.
Sanaz Moghayeri, Chairman of the Board of SEPI, a mother of a two-year old son and a dentist by profession, has a much experience in dealing with children and people professionally for more than fifteen years.
Arjang and his team will be offering services for national and international businesses within the private sector as well as the government institutions. Social manners and etiquette for interested public audience and children are other services available through the Institute covering different age groups.
The training courses will be available to public and if needed in private, in Persian and English upon the request of our clients.