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September 2017

Challenge Fund : To Boost Innovative Businesses

Challenge Fund : To Boost Innovative Businesses

The government’s Challenge Fund for new businesses has boosted entrepreneurship interest. But it needs to go to the most deserving startups. Recently, the World Economic Forum labeled Nepal the . . . Read more »


April 2017

Beyond the Banks

Beyond the Banks

Having experienced the liquidity crunch of 2010 and the credit crunch of 2016, businesses in Nepal have realised the problems of relying only on traditional banking for financing. Following the . . . Read more »


Feb 2017

Private Equity Investment for Company Growth

Private Equity Investment for Company Growth

Unlike in advanced and emerging economies, entrepreneurs in Nepal do not have facilities of alternative financing to start or expand their businesses. While wealthy entrepreneurs have various sources . . . Read more »


October 2016

Young, Hip and Crowdfunded

Young, Hip and Crowdfunded

In a world full of various sources of financing, crowdfunding has become a popular way in which to raise funds to start a business. After the inception of the first crowdfunding network Artist Share . . . Read more »


Time to Protect the Big Bears
The country has no jobs. Without jobs, there’s no fame or wealth. And when there’s no money to be made, naturally there’s no food. To make some money and to make sure that their families back home have enough food to eat, millions of Nepali youths are toiling . . . read more »