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Nepali entrepreneur shares startup journey with Indian PM Modi


17 January 2021  

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KATHMANDU: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi heard the startup journey of a Nepali company during the Startup India International Summit.

At the grand plenary of the summit Nepal’s Biswas Dhakal, founder of F1Soft International, described his startup journey to the Indian Prime Minister alongside other entrepreneurs from India & the BIMSTEC region.

Meanwhile, addressing the summit on Saturday via video conferencing, Modi pointed out that 44 percent of recognized startups have women directors and the number of women working in these startup is very high.

Highlighting the journey of startups in India, Prime Minister said that the past few years have seen a rural revolution in the start-up world.

Publish Date : 17 January 2021 10:42 AM

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