Rahindra ‘Ryan’ Shrestha is a Nepali-Australian entrepreneur who has been living in Sydney, Australia for over 25 years. A talent acquisition specialist, social critic, motivator and blogger, he is the founder and Managing Director of STUDYANDWORK, a successful recruitment business devoted to students, graduates and
Cross border payments originating from Nepal are heavily regulated and consumers wishing to import goods and services from foreign countries are faced with a lot of restrictions. With increasing digital presence of businesses on the internet all around the world, Nepal was seemingly lagging in
BAJAJ’S DOMINAR DESTINATION
The lockdowns during the ongoing pandemic brought travel to a halt for most of us; for enthusiasts like me, the last long ride I went on was to Pokhara in January 2020. So when I got an invitation from HH-Bajaj to participate in
When the rest of the country was shut down and immobilised due to the lockdown imposed by the Covid 19 pandemic, there were some hustling to find opportunities for new business or to restructure their venture to meet the demands of the changing world.
The official word is out. Oil markets have pressed the accelerator on the bullish ride and have now attained pre-pandemic levels. Turning back to the conundrum of 2020 and the bearish ride of oil, the idea of a return to some normalcy seemed inconceivable as
During the review period of January 24 to February 25, the Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) index went up by a staggering 179.49 points (+7.56%) to close at 2554.13 points. The market had crossed the psychological threshold of 2,100 points in the previous review period. Continuing
There are no solutions. There are only trade-offs.
In a typical year the world emits over 51 billion tons of greenhouse gases, and as we keep doing that, the consequences for human life will be catastrophic.”
So begins the promotional video for Bill Gates’s new book, How
Nepal has entered into the second phase of Covid 19 vaccination from March 7. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli along with the first lady Radhika Shakya were inoculated with the covid vaccine at the beginning of the campaign. The vaccination campaign for 65+ years population
A McKinsey Global Institute report titled ‘The future of Women at work: Transitions in the age of automation’ shows that work is beginning to look very different in a world that is fast transitioning to automation and artificial intelligence. It states that while this creates
Professional success should not be based on gender, yet it is a hard reality that women must often work twice as much, be paid less for the same job and suffer innumerous balancing acts to make it to the top of her career. The banking