When it comes to starting a business, it is a matter of investment. But Farid Ali started his business with zero investment and today is employing eight people.
Farid Ali, who started the startup of anti-virus software at the age of 19, considers knowledge and skills as his investment.At the age of 19, he decided to start his own business. While reading Plus Two, he found the field of anti-virus suitable for that.
Farid had been working as a freelancer in various companies since he was in school. Although a student of the Faculty of Management in terms of education, he has worked with various software developer companies since 2016.
After that, Farid's interest in this field began to grow. “While working for various companies, I also had the opportunity to learn programming. I got the opportunity to work on various projects as a freelancer, ”he said.
Although he started his business at the campus level, his passion for programming was from the school level. With the development of technology, various means of social media were emerging. The use of Facebook had increased a lot. Media like MiG-33 became very popular when it comes to chatting. [Learn More about Computer Information in TechAxis]
Mobile and SIM card availability was also becoming easier in Nepal. Access to technology was expanding.
Farid, who is studying in class 6, was curious about how Facebook and the MiG-33 platform work. To satisfy that curiosity, he began to make many discoveries.
He says that the first investment of his business today is Rs. In fact, he used to go cyber by paying a fee of Rs 25 per hour. Where he used to find many things about programming.
However, the 23-year-old Ali has decided to move forward without giving up in the days to come.