Entrepreneurs must be willing to fail

Young Innovations is a software development company that uses “integrated technology to solve problems in the development and private sectors with specific focus on open data, aid transparency, public procurement, citizen engagement, grievance management and knowledge management,” according to its company profile.

Post Report, Oct 15 2018

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Challenges are stepping stones to success

For over 17 years, Rachana Thapa has been running the Silver Mountain College of Hotel Management, one of Kathmandu’s premier institutions when it comes to producing hotel and hospitality managers.

Saurav R Pandey, Oct 08 2018

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Getting ahead of the curve

It was during his third year in college at University of Pennsylvania, US, that Atulya Pandey co-founded Pagevamp, a web designing agency. Pandey, along with his co-founders, started the company to help create websites for people in and around the university.

Oct 01 2018

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Focus on your products, not competetion

Sanket Agarwal is responsible for Xiaomi’s overseas expansion in the Indian sub-continent. He is currently exploring Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka as potential future markets.

Saurav R Pandey, Sep 24 2018

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We cannot afford to burden the planet with technology that is unsustainable

A cyclist from a young age, Sajal Pradhan learned the importance of the environment and the benefits of a healthy lifestyle early on.

Sep 17 2018

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You need patience to become an entrepreneur

Amshu Dali’s first job was as a barista at her school café while pursuing her bachelors’ degree in the US. Upon graduating, she moved back to Kathmandu and started working for TBWA/Benchmark Nepal—an advertising agency, which has its headquarters in Bangladesh.

Sep 10 2018

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Pay and posts are extrinsic rewards that are never enough

Poshak Paudel, who has been the CEO of Citizen Life Insurance for about a year, started his corporate journey working for various development organisations as an

POST REPORT, Sep 03 2018

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Meet the CEO on a mission to democratize Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence fascinated Sameer Maskey ever since his undergraduate days, when he was pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Math and Physics from Bates College in the US. Then, he decided to pursue a PhD in Computer Science focused on AI at Columbia University.


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Lead by example, provide opportunities

Suman Sharma started his career from Nepal SBI Bank in 1997 after earning his master’s degree in Economics from Tribhuvan University. Having worked at the bank for eight years, in 2005 he went on to pursue another master’s degree from Maastricht School of Management in the Netherlands.

Aug 20 2018

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HR conference to focus on unleashing national potential

Human Resources Society Nepal (HRSN), an umbrella organisation for HR professionals in Nepal, is set to organise the seventh iteration of the National HR Conference on August 24 this year. Having explored various themes in the past—like ‘Managing People during Crisis’, ‘Employee Care for Higher Productivity’ and ‘HR for Tomorrow, Trends and Transformation’—this year’s conference is set to be themed ‘Unleash HR for National Development’.

Post Report, Aug 13 2018

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No silver bullet in management

Having worked for the multinational bank Barclays in the UK and several financial institutions in Nepal as well, Prakash Khatri believes that there is no one silver bullet that ensures efficiency and increased productivity at a workplace. Instead, he suggests that finding a balance between western efficiency and eastern amity might be the best way forward for Nepal’s burgeoning corporate sector.

Aug 13 2018

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