In a global scene, sometimes the company and the people who run it aren’t physically together. How do you then ensure smooth operations? The folks at GhamPower run their ideas by us for our readers.
Economic independence has changed Nepali lifestyles drastically. To a larger extent - for the better. One of the changes witnessed is due to the developments made in the food industry.
Despite having its landmark location demolished, Jazz Upstairs is holding on to the recipe of its success – the music-focused ambience and the simple yet great food.
Exhausted bodies and frazzled minds are a recipe for disaster for entrepreneurs who have to make decisions on-the-go and keep employees pumped about work. If you want to work more efficiently, get better results and create a positively charged work space, do this first – take a break from work.
Radio had its hip moment in the 90s, but somewhere along the way it lost its cool tag. Urban listeners disappeared. Radio became more about information and cheesy jingles than entertainment. Is the Shyangden brothers’ introduction of Revolution Radio, Nepal’s first Internet radio station, radio’s grand return?
59 participants. 41 pitches. 11 teams. Startup Weekend Kathmandu: Women Edition brought back the magic of Vol 1 and added to it in their most recent installment.
Few months back I read an article on businesses run by sisters. It left me wondering - how on earth can you become partners with your own sibling?
How do you have your company, your product-service stand out in a crowded market? Move out of the comfort zone with your marketing strategy. If you want to be noticed for doing something no one has done before, you have to present it in a way things have never been presented before.
Nepal’s fledging public transport sector caters to tens of thousands of Nepalese every day. Some new ideas by enterprising youth can change its impression as an untimely, unsafe and outdated services.