It is one of the most promising times for tech talent in Kathamphus.
With the country’s internet economy booming, many of the countrys best minds are starting to migrate to the citys startup hubs and starting to build businesses on the ground.
And the city is already well-positioned to become the centre of the global tech revolution.
But what is Kathmanduin’s future in tech?
In a city known for its history of tech giants, its future lies in the hands of young talent.
The country is not the only place where startups are starting up.
But for now, it seems, it is Kathamphu where the talent is.
The city has one of India’s most vibrant tech ecosystems, and is the epicentre of the Indian tech ecosystem.
So where does this talent come from?
The country has the second-highest number of tech graduates in the world, with over 4,200 graduates.
The tech talent pool is diverse, with companies like Flipkart and Snapdeal coming from all over the country.
But the talent pool in Kathambanu is mostly from the capital city.
Its a vibrant, entrepreneurial hub.
It has a large tech community, with students from the likes of Indian Institutes of Technology and Delhi University.
And with the city being the hub for India’s online and mobile services, startups have been able to access the capital of the internet ecosystem.
The biggest challenge for Kathambes tech talent, however, is to find jobs.
In a country where nearly 70 per cent of people work remotely, this is a problem.
But this is also where Kathambeers best talent comes from.
They come from all walks of life, from students to engineers, and many of them have a Masters degree or PhD. They are not only graduates, they are also experts in their fields.
For example, a recent graduate of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) said he would not be looking for a job in a startup in Kathan.
“I have a Master degree, I have a PhD, but I don’t want to do anything for a startup,” said the student, who declined to be named.
Another student, a senior software engineer at Flipkarts, said, “I want to get my degree but I need to study for my Masters, otherwise I would not get the job.
So I need a Master or PhD.”
For these young talent, Kathambans lack of talent pool has its downside.
But they are starting from scratch, which is the best way to build an ecosystem of talent, said Vyas Kumar, co-founder of the StartupHubs.
“It is the most rewarding and beneficial part of my life.
When I was working at Flipkat, I got a lot of training, but in the end, I would still get to be with the same friends and colleagues who I used to be.”
This is where the technology talent pool can help Kathampu.
The lack of young tech talent could help the city grow as a hub of talent.
And this is where they could help build the new economy.
“Technology will change our lives, our lives in the near future,” said Anil Dhir, founder and CEO of StartupHub, a tech startup incubator and accelerator.
“When you have a strong and diverse tech ecosystem, it will enable us to develop our business and expand our reach.”
The country is the only country in the region where the average age of people in the tech industry is over 55, and it is also the only one where the tech talent pools are diverse.
The talent pool here, however is still small.
Only about 4,000 people are in the IT industry, and only around 2,000 are in business development, according to a 2017 report by IT-focused firm IDC.
But the young talent is coming from the city, and their experience in the technology industry is growing.
This has helped to attract the young tech entrepreneurs, who have now found a home in StartupHub.
According to a recent study by IT consultancy Accenture, there are over 5,000 startups in Kathaminu, of which about 8,000 have entered into the India’s largest accelerator programme, Indoserve.
StartupHub is the first incubator in Kathang and the country that is focused on startups.
It provides training to entrepreneurs and helps them navigate the startup ecosystem.
But it is the students, like the recent graduate, who are taking the biggest risks in this new ecosystem.
“They have to get a job and have a job, and then they need to get their Masters or PhD,” said Dhir.
“We are doing everything we can to help them find a job.
But at the end of the day, they need their Master’s degree or Ph