KATHMANDU, August 5: Nepalese Young Entrepreneurs Forum (NYEF), a non-profit organization under the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, is organizing the NYEF Kathmandu Startup Awards with the aim to facilitate developing a business ecosystem in Nepal through the means of exposure, mentorship and investment to the startups.
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.
With a theme of “Economic Transformation Through Innovation and Entrepreneurship”, second Nepal Startup Meet was held at Alice Reception, Gairidhara on Monday. Organized by Entrepreneurs Society (NES), the event saw the 13 fresh startups which were selected from a pool of 75 startup applications from across Nepal.
KATHMANDU, Aug 4: Three out of total nine start-up ideas have been awarded with an opportunity to participate in the Micro Master Course (MMC), an online course of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), along with cash prizes.
KATHMANDU, June 14: Sibjan Chaulagain, who has long been helping Nepali farmers in various ways through information and communication technology, has been selected for an international fellowship by an American organization.
Many would-be entrepreneurs let their fear of failure stop them from starting a business. Maybe it’s because of all the statistics we’ve heard (you know, the ones that tell us that 90 percent of all new businesses fail within three years, or something along those lines).
A simple desire to help the women in her community and to open a company that produces environment friendly products led Stuti Thapa to establish My Earth Eco Bags in 2015. Deviating from her original path of social sciences, Thapa decided to venture into the world of entrepreneurship to establish a brand that supported and uplifted women. As CEO and founder of the company, Thapa helps marginalized women make environment friendly, stylish and 100 percent plastic free cloth bags. With no investors, stakeholders or co-owners, Thapa began with a personal investment of 2.5 lakh rupees. The company started with a bang as their first order called for ten thousand bags. But this achievement also came with issues that no entrepreneur ever expects to face in the initial years of their startup, an economic blockade. But even with insufficient manpower, minimal fuel and extended deadlines, Thapa and her group managed to overcome their hurdles, and completed their task.
“Every year we have more than 500,000 graduates ready to enter the job market. So we tend to have plenty of options if we are looking for freshers straight out of college. But indeed, we have to put in extra effort to locate experienced and skilled candidates.
Intel has staked out another part of the new computing landscape that is taking shape around artificial intelligence, following the acquisition of Nervana, an ambitious AI start-up that will extend its reach into software as well as chips.