Tootle is a ride-sharing app in Nepal. Photo: Handout/TootleTootle is a ride-sharing app in Nepal. Photo: Handout/Tootle
Tootle is a ride-sharing app in Nepal. Photo: Handout/Tootle

Nepal’s start-up scene is thriving, but China and India have yet to notice

  • About 350 start-ups have sprung up since 2015, the year a deadly earthquake and a blockade imposed by India nearly ruined Nepal’s economy
  • While they are flourishing, red tape coupled with China and India’s preference to invest in infrastructure projects may hamper the start-up scene’s growth

Topic |   Nepal
Tootle is a ride-sharing app in Nepal. Photo: Handout/TootleTootle is a ride-sharing app in Nepal. Photo: Handout/Tootle
Tootle is a ride-sharing app in Nepal. Photo: Handout/Tootle
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