KATHMANDU, June 7: The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has formed a task force to make necessary homework on startup businesses and workplace-based training and employment programs for the implementation of the provisions related to the private sector included in the budget for the fiscal year 2021/22.
Powered by Khalti app, GBG Kathmandu and WomenWill collaboratively organized an event titled ‘BizFest 2019’ at the premises of Galaxy Public School, Gyaneshwor on Saturday. The event was organized with an aim to create opportunities to learn about new business strategies and to help people grow their business in 2019.
For entrepreneurs, it’s all about the thrill of creating a product that is revolutionary and doesn’t exist in the market. They want make an offering that people are not accustomed to, yet it is necessary for the product to exist to make lives simpler for many. While these startups start from scratch and mark themselves on the path of innovation, they also have another hurdle on their journey – educating the audience regarding the use of such a product.
‘Monday Morning Coffee Queries Week 69’ was organized at Bodhi Books and Bakes, Chappal Karkhana on Monday. MMCQ is a regular weekly business meet-up organized by Clock b Business Innovations every Monday from 9 am to 11 am.
A second edition of ‘Meet Investors @Breakfast’ is set to be organized on August 20 from 9 am to 12 pm. The event, last year, was successful in bringing startups, entrepreneurs and business enthusiast together and helped them either start or scale up their initiative. To participate in the event, business representatives would have to go through extensive selection process, which will be conducted on Maan Nam Multi-Cuisine Restaurant and Lounge Bar in Padma Marg, Bhatbhateni.
KATHMANDU, Nov 24: Four different youth groups have been selected for green entrepreneurship support through the competition Greenovation Startup Challenge (GSC), which is taken as a platform to transform innovative green entrepreneurship ideas of young entrepreneurs into tangible business enterprises.
Working for startup companies might not earn you a “handsome” remuneration; it neither has job security, nor comes with the strong ‘brand’ name you would want to be associated with. But if you dare take the risk, it’s a wonderful platform to shine. The startup trend in Nepal has boomed in the recent years, and they are lacking competent human resources.