By Kavyaa Rizal
With participation in the formal workforce higher than ever before, it is undeniable that Nepali women play a significant role in shaping our current professional ecosystem. Some women have now reached top decision-making roles in prominent organisations and industries of this country, and
By Samrat Amatya
Huawei is the next big thing! After conquering the mid-tier market, the Chinese tech giant has set a firm foot in the flagship segment. Their latest flagship, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, is a proof of how far they have come. Taking attention
It is that time of the year when we reflect on the events from the past year and forecast the turning of the page in the New Year. Commodity market had received the needed upsurge in 2018. With factors like sanctions and growing trade tensions
Labour relations in any medium to large scale enterprise are always viewed as a gray area. Any reference to ‘unionism’ does not sit well with business owners. Yet, it is rare to hear any business owner ever indicating that the business has developed, grown and
By Ankita Jain
Fitbox Nepal delivers healthy food at your doorstep always keeping in mind the basics: only wholegrains, low-to-no-added-sugar and calorie-planned meals.
Denim Shrestha’s quest for healthy food began when he couldn’t get one while he started hitting the gym. Already in the fitness business, Shrestha
Sipradi Trading, the sole distributors of Tata Motors, recently launched the new premium compact sedan, 2018 Tigor, at a starting price of Rs.27.55 lakhs for the petrol variant.
The new Tigor is available in four variants: XEO, XMO, XZO and XZ+, and in six shades:
Rudrarup Maitra is the Head of International Business for Commercial Vehicles at TATA Motors Limited. A 17-year veteran in the industry, Maitra joined the Tata Group as part of the prestigious TAS cadre in 1999. After brief assignments with Tata Global Beverages and Voltas Limited,
The tourism Industry is undoubtedly an important economic sector for Nepal. According to Deepak Raj Joshi, CEO of Nepal Tourism Board, tourism industry currently contributes 3.5% to the country’s GDP and is one of the fastest growing sectors of economy in Nepal. Hospitality plays an
People generally believe that persons with high intelligence quotient (IQ) are bound to make it big in life. That is why we lay so much stress on academic success. Parents strive to ensure that their children score highest possible marks in tests and exams. The
Ankita Jain and Dibesh Dangol of B360 learnt from some of the Nepal’s best recognised managers about their top management tips.
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Anil Keshary Shah
Chief Executive Officer, Nabil Bank Ltd.
# Build on your strengths. Everyone focuses on improving weaknesses. You can distinguish yourself