“inDriver: from Siberia to Silicon Valley” in Nepal

KATHMANDU: Arsen Tomsky, founder and CEO of inDrive, a global mobility and urban services platform, has released the translated version of his book “inDriver*: From Siberia to Silicon Valley”. Available in English, Spanish, Portuguese and now into Nepali, marking its first edition in the Nepali language.

The book was launched in a press event on Tuesday in Kathmandu.Speaking on the launch, Arsen Tomsky, founder and CEO of InDrive, said “I am delighted to share my journey with readers. The foundation and growth of inDrive is not just a professional endeavour for me, but a deeply personal and emotional journey that has shaped my life, and writing about its development has been transformative, and I am thrilled to invite everyone to embark on this adventure with me.”

The book unveils Arsen’s story, from navigating the harsh realities of life in Siberia to taking the leap of faith and venturing into the territories of tech entrepreneurship. The narrative captures the ups and downs, the risks and rewards, and the pivotal moments that shaped Arsen’s journey.

From humble beginnings in Yakutia, where opportunity seemed scarce, to the epicentre of technological innovation, Silicon Valley, Arsen’s life story is an inspiring testament to the power of perseverance, teamwork, and innovation.

“inDriver: From Siberia to Silicon Valley” is a compelling tale that celebrates the unyielding human spirit, the pursuit of dreams, and the power of innovation. This inspirational book will leave readers captivated and motivated to take charge of their destinies, no matter their background or circumstances.

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Wednesday August 2, 2023, 12:06:19 PM |

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