The government has finally taken steps to encourage start-ups
Shabda Gyawali shares his experience of meeting Vineet Rai, the founder of Intellecap and Aavishkar, and draws key lessons for other entrepreneurs from Rai’s journey.
Learning never stops – for entrepreneurs. This is even truer as they need to continuously learn from their mistakes to not repeat them in the future and to learn from them. One entrepreneur looks back on a great opportunity to get us some wisdom.
Starting a company and scaling it is not an easy task. Many early entrepreneurs dream to achieve a “hockey stick” type growth rate for their startups but often fail to scale.
While the local venture capital (VC) industry is still in its pre-fledlging phase, the future prospects in Nepal have started to brighten up.
A list of cultural and governmental reasons are checking the progress of the Venture Capital industry from really taking off in Nepal. With a clear abundance of entrepreneurial ideas and strong work ethics, identifying and mitigating these challenges would do us all good.
Launching a new company presents unique challenges to the entrepreneur. Sorting out these hurdles as you is the only way to go about it.
Nepal’s tourism segment is full of opportunities for the entrepreneur who can break down the problems and take advantage of the gaping voids in what is available for the tourist.
Financing your idea can be a challenging part of your entrepreneurial journey. There are numerous methods to get seed money and as many instances where they are best suited. An Investment Manager helps you make the right decisions to ease the way for you.