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US based Russian entrepreneur Arsen Tomsky, founder and CEO of inDrive, tech billionaire, recently traveled to Nepal to celebrate the publication of the Nepali translation of his best-selling book, “inDriver: From Siberia to Silicon Valley.” The inspirational CEO and founder of the well-known mobile app inDrive, inDriver, has published his book “inDriver: from Siberia to Silicon Valley” in Nepali. The book’s official release took held in Kathmandu, where Tomsky gave a presentation of the book’s translation into the local tongue. Tomsky expressed his delight that the book is now available in three languages, including English, Portuguese, and Nepali, at the ceremony. Tomsky was interviewed by Umesh Poudel of Fiscal Nepal to hear more about his book and his future plans for inDriver in Nepal. Excerpts:
What was the inspiration behind writing the book and what motivated you to write this book?
I wanted 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.
With this book, I seek to motivate people to develop themselves and the world around them in any circumstance; in my case, challenging injustices has become an important driver for the foundation and development of the application.
What messages do you hope readers will take away from the book?
“inDriver: From Siberia to Silicon Valley” is a tale that celebrates the unyielding human spirit, the pursuit of dreams, and the power of innovation. I hope this book will leave readers inspired, captivated and motivated to take charge of their destinies, no matter their background or circumstances.
How do you feel about your first book launch in Nepal?
I am delighted to share my journey with readers in Nepal. 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.
And finally, what is the message to tell new entrepreneurs who are willing to start a venture?
To other entrepreneurs with dreams of taking a startup into the global market, my advice is: We call ourselves underdogs because we are from a remote place. When we first started out, we didn’t have access to global, experience, technology, investments, or other professionals. At first glance, we had low chances to build something, but we did it. We focused on our goals and our mission: to challenge injustice. We hope our example will inspire millions of other underdogs around the world.
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