The coronavirus pandemic has us running to the sink to wash our hands every single time we touch something, even when we are at home. Taking the necessary precautions has, as it should, become our number one priority. But germs and bacteria lurk in many corners and surfaces of our homes and thus, in these trying times, it would be a good idea to keep our homes clean and disinfected. Here, we tell you how you can do just that.
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, March 25: With the goal to connect young minds of Nepal and India, the Embassy of India in collaboration with Clock b Business Innovations organized an international entrepreneurship conclave, Connect-IN, in Kathmandu on Saturday. Over 300 youth entrepreneurs from Nepal and India attended the conclave.
Believe it or not but there is a way to start your day on the right note and that is with a good breakfast. We have been told and retold the importance of the first meal of the day but not many of us have the luxury to prepare grand breakfasts when there are a gazillion chores that need to be done before we head to work, which is why The Week brings to you some ultimate breakfast ideas.
If you start walking around Jhamsikhel area, you come across numerous signboards that advertise various brands and lure passersby. Jhamsikhel has established a reputation for itself as one can find all kinds of restaurants, cafés and shops with unique ideas in the area.
This 25-year-old thought of joining the hospitality industry but wanted to do something other than just open another regular sit-eat-leave joint. So, a year ago, Sahaj Nath Khadka took over Around the Corner restaurant in Bansbari, Kathmandu, added his unique touch to it, and reopened it for the public. This multi cuisine restaurant and event venue is a perfect place for nature lovers. The theme of this restaurant is ‘Dine in Nature’.
Dhaasoo Deals’ Nitesh Sharma seems to really enjoy making his visitors at their Kupondole shop play the guessing game. He points at random products on their store shelves and asks you to guess what they are made of. Brace yourself for some disappointment; chances are you will never get it right on the first try. It’s all a result of their quest to “explore new ideas, reuse, upcycle and create something Dhaasoo”.
All good things start with an idea. Manish Shrestha and Kreeti Shakya, both of whom are in their 30s now, came to Kathmandu with a dream to bring a creative edge to marketing in Nepal. After working for a few years in the U.S they realized that there was a need for a ‘paradigm shift’ in the marketing sector back in their country. There was a gap between the creative minds and the communications sector. To fill in this vacuum and to provide a platform for innovative talents the duo started their own venture, the Kazi Studios.
Even if you have an amazing idea or an amazing team, money still is a crucial factor to start and run businesses. The need for capital doesn’t end but keeps increasing even after your business has grown from the start-up it was. In Nepal, although the access to capital is scarce, there are various mediums and organizations that can help you and provide you with the funds, given that you can impress them first.
Healthy workers are great for business they take fewer sick days, cost less to insure and tend to be happier and more confident than their unhealthy counterparts. For desk-bound professionals, staying active can be a challenge. By finding ways to get employees moving, you can improve their lives and boost your bottom line.
Still don’t have a gift for your cherished one? Instead of just reaching into your wallet to buy a hurried gift, why don’t you try something new today? Reya Shreya Rai guides you through some super cute DIY ideas so that you can ‘make’ something for your loved ones.
Green entrepreneurship has been a trending topic as environmental problems are increasing worldwide. Nepal has also been affected by these gradual changes. With the rise of environmental issues, entrepreneurs with new concepts and plans have started to initiate green projects.
Many people feel that they need to have their whole lives planned out before graduation. That’s a lot of pressure to take on and it really isn’t practical because your goals and desires change over time. At this point, the best way to prepare for the process of career planning is to take some steps to get to know more about yourself.
KATHMANDU, Aug 5: Santosh Adhikari and Dilip Thakur are two undergraduate engineering students from Kathford College in Kathmandu. One day they stumbled upon a Ted talk video about alternative farming that immediately sparked the duo’s creative circuitry.