Ujjwal Shrestha is the Executive Director of Panchakanya Group. He started T Foundation, a networking platform for entrepreneurs, two years ago. He shares his vision of T Foundation and how it is preparing fresh minds to start real ventures.
A good workspace is not only about making an impression on your visiting clients, but more about fuelling creativity and productivity within the team.
Most of the times, optimism plays a great role in deciding about the future. For Rajan Simkhada, it was never a question of “What ifs” it was rather about “Why nots?”
One of Nepal's pioneer hoteliers Karna Shakya has written a book titled All The Best for those who want to become entrepreneurs.
He has always believed in the potential of the local manpower to reach new heights. Carrying this vision from the start, Bijay Rajbhandary has come a long way in creating opportunities in the diverse fields he has recognized as the initial road to a nation’s development.
The government-run Business Incubation Program guides the Small and Medium Enterprises in setting up ventures. Maybe the government isn’t completely ignoring the entrepreneurial sector after all.
Of the various hurdles that startups face, lack of starting capital is a commonality. As traditional banking provides limited options for small companies, it’s good news that new fund providers are slowly coming into the picture. If you have a company that’s been grounded for lack of funds, check if some of these companies might be useful for you.
So the goal you set out for your company wasn’t met. The problem: your employee’s incompetence. The challenge: To tell it to their faces without your employee wanting to quit his job at the end.
The overwhelming response to Pivot Nepal showed that we are not short of mobile app developers. But the actual hurdle now is getting those apps into the market. How can the Nepali market warm up to technological advancements? Bibhusan Bista, CEO of Young Innovations and Prawesh Shrestha, Project Manager of Mobile Social Networking Nepal, discuss on how to familiarize the Nepali market with mobile applications.
We’ve heard it a little too often that Nepal is an agricultural country. But what do we really now about this sector? What is the real scenario like regarding working in the agro industry? Two entrepreneurs involved in the production side of the field share their experiences and ideas of dealing with agriculture and the numerous potholes in their path.