Too many ideas simply die out in small teashops over a cup of tea. Every day a great number of people meet up, talk, and then go about their lives as usual, forgetting that they discussed an idea that could be “the next best thing” and never acting on them. “We know this because we’ve done that ourselves,” says Nishchhal Kharal, CEO of Idea Ghar.
Familiar with those moments of utter blankness when you have to think of an idea and all that comes to you is...nothing? You are not alone. All of us go through that, even professionals who have to think of ideas for a living. To do worthwhile things in life, we need to think original and unique. And while some may argue that nothing is original and everything is inspired, ideas need to be thought and processed well, original or not.
It’s been five years since we started with the events at The KTM Drive. It feels so nice how a small idea which was discussed over a coffee turned out to be an eco-friendly drive where we gave about 200 tree saplings for free.
The 21st century is the era of technological innovations and social media. Social media, as a result of the ongoing tech-upgrades, has captivated the whole world. For most, Social media has come in as the most reliable companion as it provides interaction and idea sharing platforms from the touch of the fingers.
Any new or functioning venture certainly requires a space with at least basic amenities. While imagining an office, you most probably think of a nice space, some posh furniture and a name plate that screams your identity. But, with the world getting smaller and congested each day, a corporate style office space might cost you more than what your idea is worth.
Ideally, you should introduce your products or services to a young and fast-growing market. In more mature sectors, you will need a competitive advantage in order to distinguish yourself, i.e. product or service innovation, great customer service, or the right price point.
KATHMANDU, April 28: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal urged opposition parties to support in endorsing the constitutional amendment bill with revision while opposition, including CPN-UML, urged PM to make them clear on what revision would be made on the bill.