In 2016, Nepal was hit by the deadliest earthquake in the country’s history.
It’s been a year since then, and the country is still dealing with the fallout.
I came here for a job interview and I was just like ‘no way.
I can’t do this.
This isn’t happening.
I’m going to get my hands dirty and do something else.’
That’s the reality of Nepal today.
We need to start creating an environment where we’re creating jobs and creating value for the Nepalese people.
When I left Nepal, there were a few startups in the capital Kathmandua that had built some really good software projects.
They had great names like Google and Facebook, but it was just a bunch of people trying to make money and they weren’t really doing anything.
They had some really great ideas, but we didn’t really know what to do with it.
So we started building it ourselves.
The goal was to be able to take that idea and bring it to the rest of the country.
In order to do that, we had to go into some dark corners of the city and make it look a little bit like a startup.
I got to know a few of the people working at these places.
They were doing great work.
But we had this vision of what we wanted the future of the Nepali economy to look like, and we didn