KATHMANDU: A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between Turkish Airlines Kathmandu office and the Confederation of Nepalese Industries Young Entrepreneurs Forum (CNIYEF).
Abdullah Tuncer Kececi, General Manager of Turkish Airlines, and Amun Thapa, President of CNIYEF, entered into an agreement to implement a year-long partnership starting with the event ‘CNIYEF START UP NEPAL “The event is intended to promote startups as a campaign in Nepal and establish an important part of the economy and Turkish Airlines as the airline partner will be there to support the” Entrepreneur of the year Award’ and also showcase the airline’s product and benefits. Starting with this event the Airlines aims to encourage more collaborations in the field of entrepreneurship, industrial and youth-based partnerships between Turkiye and Nepal.
The Confederation of Nepalese Industries Young Entrepreneurs Forum (CNIYEF) will host the “CNIYEF Nepal StartUp Fest” at Hotel Soaltee on June 25th, 2022. The programme is expected to involve about 3,000 indigenous and foreign entrepreneurs, investors, students, intellectuals, journalists, etc. Kathmandu. The one-day event will include Panel Discussion, robo football, robo wars, panel discussion, drone activities, musical concerts, etc.
Established in 1933 with a fleet of five aircraft, Star Alliance member Turkish Airlines has a fleet of 371 (passenger and cargo) aircraft flying to 334 worldwide destinations in 329 cities as 279 international and 50 domestic flights, in 128 countries.