'We need to start from where we are'

Bibek Bijukchhe

CEO, Pooja International, Vishal Group Automotive Division

Bibek Bijukchhe is the Chief Executive Officer at Pooja International, the automotive division of Vishal Group. Pooja International is the authorised importer of Volkswagen vehicles in Nepal. Bijukchhe has been working as the CEO for more than a decade and believes that hard-earned experience is what turns the ordinary into the extraordinary. He works with the strong aim of expand the business. Besides work, Bijukchhe enjoys music, football, trekking and travelling.

In this edition of Business 360, Bijukchhe talks about some of his favourite brands and what he has learnt from them.

Top 4 apps that you use the most
WhatsApp, YouTube, Facebook Messenger, eSewa

3 destinations within Nepal you want to travel to
Everest Base Camp, Thorang-la Pass, Upper Mustang

A startup that you think will ace later
It will be companies that deal with logistics outsourcing, healthcare resort and 3D printing

An entrepreneur who inspires you
Binod Chaudhary, Birendra Basnet

A non-profit you want to contribute to
World Food Programme

Three attributes required to manage a company
Goal setting, right manpower, communication management

Best work advice you have received
Efficiency is all about managing time, cost and quality

Work mantra
Focus on human resources to align their personal goal with the company’s goal

3 Nepali startups you think deserve the spotlight
Foodmandu, Health at Home app, Hamrobazar.com

Someone you would want to work with?
Binod Chaudhary, Upendra Mahato

3 things patrons can do to promote local businesses
Sharing of skills, financial investment, manpower development

Any advice that you want to give to young aspiring entrepreneurs?
Work hard and believe in yourself

Startups are important for a country like Nepal because…
We need to start from where we are

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