Right products at the right prices

Nitesh Kumar Mundra has been working in marketing since 1998. He began his career from a watch store, called Accuracy, but with the market for watches declining and the demand for smartphones rocketing, Mundra chose to switch to marketing international mobile brands in the country.

Jan 15 2018

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‘You can only market quality products’

Gionee mobile phones, founded in 2002, has already established itself as one of the top mobile manufacturers in the world. Since making a foray into the Nepali market three years ago, the brand has already sold over 100,000 phones and has emerged as one of the most popular brands in the burgeoning cell phone market in the country.


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Simple Solutions Done Right

The start-up ecosystem in Nepal has never been better. With a new generation of entrepreneurs looking to change the olden ways, innovative ideas are flooding the market, providing services that once didn’t seem viable at all.

Dec 25 2017

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Outshining the competition

Goldstar shoes needs little introduction. As one of the premier footwear brands in Nepal, it is ubiquitously popular across generational and social cross-sections.

Post Report, Dec 18 2017

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Grow in service, grow with service

To come in and run a well-established business is a daunting task for even the most seasoned of managers, never mind a college-going student. But Aagraha Aryal, a 20-year-old hotel management student, was forced to take up the reins at Hotel Crown Himalayas in Pokhara as just a teenager following a family tragedy.


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Selling water to fish

When Niven Amatya returned to Nepal after living abroad for several years, he realised that given how ubiquitously popular momos were, the dumplings could be his ticket to success if he played his cards right.

Dec 04 2017

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Quality, vision and a positive approach

Abdullah Tuncer Kececi, started his corporate journey in 1996 as a simulation engineer at the flight training centre at Turkish Airlines, a position he held for two decades.

Nov 27 2017

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Focus on relationship, businesses depend on it

Sanam Chitrakar, who is a certified life mentor and an entrepreneur, started his career as a receptionist in a hotel at the age of 18, after which he worked at various I/NGOs for about a decade.

Nov 13 2017

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We all want to ‘belong’ at our workplace

After completing her Masters in Economics, Bandana Pathak, began her career from an assistant level at Nepal Bangladesh Bank in 1994.

Nov 06 2017

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Branding: Focus on the back end, not just the facade

Upon completing his bachelor’s degree from New Delhi, Ashish Jindal returned to Kathmandu to start his own venture.

Oct 30 2017

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Be a leader, not a boss

After his graduation, Gautam Dangol started his career at Kumari Bank, before moving to the Credit Department at Sunrise Bank.

Oct 23 2017

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