After reading this piece, please put together a small team of like-minded, entrepreneurship oriented people with a bias for action, and take an easy drive from Banepa along the new highway to Bardibaas on the East West Highway.
Every entrepreneur must realize and internalize the fact that seven billion people only have one planet. The day we find a spare “earth”, we will not have to care because we can all make enough money and just move to the new planet.
Everyone who wants to travel in Nepal is suggested destinations that are already thriving with tourist activity. Just a little more effort can get you and your friends to a Nepal outside of these touristy places that so many romanticize about but very less actually find and enjoy.
The roads are in a bad state, there are frequent shortages of basic commodities, and it takes a long time to get any paper work done because of one single cause - corruption.
Potential Nepali brands are spread all over the country – quite literally. Palpali is one such potential brand that has established itself culturally but is yet to make sense in terms of economics.
Many Nepalis working and living abroad came home for Dashain and Tihar to join family and friends in the celebrations of the victory of good over evil.
The Power Summit 2013 concluded recently in Kathmandu with a clear vision, and strategy to make Nepal a hydropowered country. In the last 5-6 years, Nepal has increasingly become a diesel and battery powered country.
Historical and architectural treasures and new developments make Mithila a hot bed of potential for entrepreneurial ventures.
Using poultry waste for energy production might sound a bit too out of the box. But the success of this idea at a recent event in Kathmandu proves the adventurous and tech savvy spirit of Nepali entrepreneurs.