Sometimes, an idea for a venture can come from a simple observation. What an entrepreneur needs is the ability to see the potential of the concept and believe in it.
Skepticism is perhaps the least talked about important aspect of entrepreneurship. It is also a very natural state of being that every entrepreneur goes through, whether they want to admit to or not. How do they deal with it? How do they forge ahead on untrodden paths?
When a curfew until 6 am was called in 2004 during the Maoist insurgency, Party Nepal hosted its party all night, the event ending when the curfew did. With an innovative approach to fun and lots of hard work, Party Nepal introduced party culture to Nepal.
Above anything else, making its customers happy is what matters to Urban Girl. The result: loyal customers.
Leaving a secure job with a good paycheck to start a company is daunting, but the drive of an entrepreneur is a powerful thing.
Ever wonder how long those eggs you want to buy have been on the shelf at the kiraana pasal? Golden Egg put a date on the whole lot of them. Now you know how long.
Formal schooling wasn’t what led elementary school dropout Govinda Ghimire to become the owner of a 13-person enterprise. It was work experience, solid relationships and determination.