By Steve Bowers,ReutersBy Steve BowerBy Steve G. BowersThe Kathmandum-based startup TechBizz is hiring a team of software engineers to work in Kathimandu, where the capital’s tech sector is booming.

The Kathampathy-based company was founded in 2013 by two software engineers from Boston, Mass., with a view to creating software for the city’s burgeoning tech industry.

TechBiz is trying to expand its operations in Kathupati, one of the fastest-growing cities in the world and a hub for technology startups.

It has offices in Kathali, Kolkata, New Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

Tech Bizz will start with a team in Kathipur, where it plans to launch its first commercial software product.

The company plans to use its expertise to create products for other cities.

The company has already secured a $10 million investment from Sequoia Capital in a seed round, while a second round is under way.

Its website says TechBiz offers software to governments and other large organizations.

In a blog post on Monday, TechBizzle wrote about its ambitions.

The startup has plans to expand to the rest of India by the end of 2018, Techbizz said in a statement.

TechBzz will be working with the government in Kathripur and the Kathmandushti District Municipality.

It will use its engineering and technical expertise to build a scalable and scalable, fully-featured, and highly scalable IT solutions.

The city of around 3 million people is home to around 10,000 tech startups, according to the Kathimands Development Corporation.

The region has an unemployment rate of 20 percent, and one-third of the city dwellers are classified as jobless, according the Kathirampatthu-based National Center for Statistics and Development.

The area’s technology sector is also booming, with TechBodies software used by banks, insurance companies, food retailers and airlines.

Techbizz cofounder, Ravi Jain, said the startup’s software is focused on simplifying the process of setting up and managing an IT business.

The business aims to build and maintain a high-quality IT infrastructure, Jain said in an interview.

Techbizzle is not seeking to build software for a single business, but rather a network of business that can help a company scale quickly.

Its software will help the startup create a custom software product that is designed to make IT more efficient and efficient, Jains said.

The platform is also designed to be flexible and adaptable to meet the needs of the company, Jaining said.

The platform is built on a RESTful, API-based platform, allowing the company to create a variety of applications for a variety or specific business needs.

The new hires will be able to build custom applications, manage the software, run and support the systems, manage billing, manage payment, manage customer support, track employee data and more, Tech Bizz said.