‘Dhuku:’, a concept store situated at Uttar Dhoka was launched on Saturday by Ambassador of European Union to Nepal, Veronica Cody.

MILAN, May 26: What do you get when luxury fashion meets sport? $10,000 sneakers.

California Jan 11: Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to devote 2018 to "fixing" Facebook. Now the Facebook CEO is kicking off the effort with a move he says is intended to boost the well-being of users, possibly at the expense of the well-being of publishers and other businesses.

KATHMANDU, June 9: Huawei has said that it has entered into the top 100 list of 'World's Most Valuable Brands 2017'. According to the company, and is the only Chinese company in the list prepared by Forbes magazine.

Coolpad, a Chinese telecommunications company, entered the Nepali market on Monday. The company has been manufacturing telecommunication devices for the past 24 years. Coolpad has already been already launched in North America, South East Asia, South Asia and Europe. Ashim Neupane of Republica talked to Du Jinbiao, CEO of Coolpad Global Sales and Service, and Executive Vice President of Coolpad Group, to know more about the company and its business plans for Nepal. Excerpts:

Renowned Indian columnist and novelist Shobhaa De has said that it’s the authenticity of a product, not advertising, that helps it become a brand. Speaking at GrowthWays, a media and entrepreneurship convention organized by Nepal Republic Media (NRM) at Hotel Soaltee Crowne Plaza in the capital on Thursday, De said that entrepreneurs should focus on the authenticity of a product rather than taking to advertising for growth and development.

73 brands on display at NADA Auto Show

August 31, 2016 01:00 am

KATHMANDU, Aug 30: The 11th edition of NADA Auto Show kicked off at the Bhrikuti Mandap Exhibition Hall in Kathmandu on Tuesday.

KATHMANDU, July 5: Pinnacle Brands has opened two international franchise stores -- Amrapali Jewels and Planet Fashion -- on the ground floor of Civil Mall, Sundhara. Amrapali is a leading global brand with stores in USA, UK Japan and India.

Fewer brands seeking NS Mark

July 1, 2016 09:03 am

KATHMANDU, June 30: It has been revealed that very few industries are applying for Nepal Standard (NS) Mark -- the quality assurance certification issued by the government to different products.