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Our instincts tell us that a valuable idea won’t be just lying around for anyone to discover. However, a good idea is really just lying around; all it takes are small changes in perspective

Hitesh Karki presents the basics that startups need to know

Bibhusan Bista is the CEO of Young Innovations, a technology company that builds innovative and powerful solutions to solve global development problems.

Anand Tuladhar presents the basics that startups need to know

Advocate Anjan Neupane presents the basics that startups need to know

If you only had a few thousand rupees to spend on creating your dream venture, what would you do? Where do you spend the first thousands? What is important in this crucial time?
Vision, humility, timing and a thorough understanding of the consumer base will make or break even the brightest of ideas

Four questions you need to ask yourself before turning that great idea into a business

Subhead: See how Nepal Express Delivery connected buyers and sellers with their delivery service, and how they are rooting for the future of ecommerce.

Founders: Bobby Basnet, Sajesh Khadgi, Saurav Bajracharya, Kushal Vaidya

Started on: Worked on Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) from early 2015. The company was officially named VisualiseVR in 2016 under the parent company Semantic Creation.

Founder: Pranab Pradhan

Started on: May 27, 2015

Founders: Sahil Agrawal, Anup Kaberiya

Started on: July 2016

Founder: Pranay Karki

Started on: July 2015

Here’s how Pranay Karki is creating an eco-friendly system as a business in our polluted city.

If you are thinking of becoming an entrepreneur, know the game before you play it

Nepali women entrepreneurs have a much harder path to the top than do their male counterparts

How Pranab Pradhan restarted his bamboo business even after shutting down

Access to finance is every entrepreneur’s problem. Banks can’t provide loan without collateral. There isn’t a culture for investing in business models. But there is still a way.

What’s more to “Thinking out of the box”?