Have you ever wondered why billion dollar companies like Facebook, Uber, and Flipkart are still called startups? Have you ever wondered whether to call successful Nepali companies like eSewa and SastoDeal startups?

 

Agri-Business BootCamp, an intensive mentorship/training programme organized with intentions to promote agricultural business, innovation and entrepreneurship concluded today with an uproar.

Anjan Shrestha breaks down design thinking

There is a growing sense of enthusiasm and interest surrounding entrepreneurship across the world. Even more so in a developing country like Nepal- not just because it is trendy but because it is the need of the hour.

In recent years, perhaps one of the hottest debates in business has been whether entrepreneurs can be created and, in that respect, if someone can be taught to be an entrepreneur.

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