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Washmandu: a laundry companion

Washmandu: a laundry companion

- by Rahat Poudel

Washmandu is a Kathmandu based online laundry service. To make things simpler, they also provide free pickup and delivery facilities. Washmandu was founded by Mrigendra Karn in 2017. Since its inception, this brand is simplifying...

Designers turn plastic trash into treasures

Designers turn plastic trash into treasures

- by Associated Press

Scientists and environmentalists have long warned about the dangers of plastic pollution, especially now that plastic trash of all types is choking the world’s rivers and oceans. High-end designers have responded by “upcycling” discarded objects...

Kaapa creation’s first outlet

Kaapa creation’s first outlet

- by Republica

In the store, you can get items such as cushion cover, door mat, napkin set, chakati, table runner, bed sheets, dohar (summer blanket) and more. And if you are willing to buy something for your...

Putting Yourself in his Shoes:  AHMED DULLA!!!

Putting Yourself in his Shoes: AHMED DULLA!!!

- by Avijit Thapa

It has been a while since Dulla Shoes launched its product in Nepal. From 2012 till date, Ahmed Dulla, Founder of Dulla Shoes has been through a roller coaster ride on his maiden entrepreneurial Venture....

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Calling students for Dopper Changemaker 2019

Calling students for Dopper Changemaker 2019

- by Republica

The international competition helps kick-start the careers of graduates, with a funding support ranging from cash prize of Rs two hundred thousand to the first place winner and the title Dopper Changemaker 2019. Additionally, Rs one hundred twenty-five thousand to the second and third place winners and 75 thousand rupees each to the rest of the winners in top 10 will be rewarded.

Cheers Online Liquor Store:  The Delivery Baron

Cheers Online Liquor Store: The Delivery Baron

- by Avijit Thapa

This concept of delivering liquors at the customer’s doors was initiated by a young computer engineer, Minesh Rajbhandari. He, along with his partners thought of commencing a business via the online platform.

Dailo: A friend you need

Dailo: A friend you need

- by Rahat Poudel

Sometimes you are so busy that you cannot separate time for your chores. Be it standing in a hectic queue or picking and delivering things, all you wish for is a savior who will do those works for you at that time. Thankfully, there are start-ups like Dailo that does people’s chores as said.

From backscrubber sword to scooter toilet, China's 'Useless Edison' goes viral

From backscrubber sword to scooter toilet, China's 'Useless Edison' goes viral

- by Reuters

Dubbed China’s Useless Edison, Geng Shuai, since 2017 has racked up more than 2.7 million followers on the Chinese short video app Kuaishou and nearly a million on its Twitter-like Weibo. “The jobs I used to have were extremely boring and uninspiring. It was more or less a case of doing the same thing every day,” said Geng, who spent more than a dozen years in jobs he didn’t enjoy after dropping out of school at 16.

Collaborating for a cause: Creating school bags out of used jeans

Collaborating for a cause: Creating school bags out of used jeans

If you have a pair of jeans that does not serve you well and you are going to throw it away. Then just don’t throw them away. The reason is, you can sell it to Khaalisis and get paid Rs 10 per kg. Khaalisisi.com is buying used jeans to recycle them into school bags in collaboration with Women for Human Rights (WHR).

Hamro Kitab: For the book-loving society

Hamro Kitab: For the book-loving society

- by Rahat Poudel

Ernest Hemingway quoted, “There is no friend as loyal as a book.” In this quote, the ‘The Old Man and the Sea’ writer expresses his emotional attachments with books. Reading a book is a delightful experience, which guides to look at the world through the writer’s eyes. In today’s world of internet, books have turned electronic. They can easily be accessed on mobile phones. Regardless of that, book worms will always enjoy reading a book turning over its pages. They can the smell the pages and can underline the sentences as per their convenience. This gives book-reading an extra edge. Many brands deal with books. One such business venture is ‘Hamro Kitab’. Since its establishment on December 9, 2018, the brand has provided a convenient way to buy books and focus on the book-loving society of Nepal. The idea for this startup was initiated by Avash Swar, Rojan Joshi and Ishuk Gautam. Hamro Kitab sells and rents brand new books of choice to the customers at their doorstep. The rent duration is normally 7 to 10 days, depending on the book and its price.

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