July 6: The 18th general assembly of the Nepali Young Entrepreneur Forum held in Kathmandu on July 5 has elected a new executive committee under the leadership of Ritesh Lamichhane.
Sahara Joshi has been elected as the first vice president of NYEF while Kushal Sundar Shrestha bagged the post of second vice president, and Nibhita Pradhan was elected the vice president in women’s category during the election.
Similarly, the forum has appointed Sudip Ghimire, Richa Shrestha, Krishna Sapkota, Pabitra Gautam, Abhushan Jyoti Kansakar, and Punit Vaidya as executive members.
Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Dilendra Prasad Badu inaugurated the 18th general assembly of the Nepali Young Entrepreneur Forum.
The Nepalese Young Entrepreneurs' Forum (NYEF) is an apex body of young entrepreneurs in Nepal established with a vision to become the most influential community of young entrepreneurs in Nepal.
It aims at creating outstanding entrepreneurs through idea exchange, fellowships, education, training and advocacy among the Nepali youth.
The forum was officially instituted by the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industries (FNCCI) on September 26, 2003. NYEF is also one of the founding members of the SAARC Young Entrepreneurs Forum (SYEF), Association of Youth Organization Nepal (AYON) and the World Young Entrepreneurs Forum (WYEF) and a member of the Confederation of Asia Pacific Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) Committee on Youth Entrepreneurship.
Lamichhane and his team have expressed their commitment to hold a large-scale 'Made in Nepal' exhibition in Kathmandu.