12 startups from Nepal and India Meet Investors @ Breakfast

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‘There are numerous investment opportunities available if one has an idea or product that sells’

Kathmandu, August 20, 2017: More and more startups and enterprises are emerging and innovating in Nepal, and so are the markets. But there still exists a lot of gap between people with ideas and people with money.

Clock b Business Innovations, an organization working to promoting Nepalese businesses and Nepalese market, organized a semi-annual ‘Meet Investors @ Breakfast’ series on August 20, Sunday, to help startups and business persons to meet with investors to pitch their ideas.

This is the second edition of investment event, where a total of 12 company representatives are selected and invited to attend the program to discuss about a possibility to tie-up with major big-name investors of Nepal.

The event was moderated by the CEO of Clock b Business Innovations, Binay Devkota.

In the event, the participating organizations got to preach their idea for five minutes each, followed by three minutes of Q&A sessions with the investors. Representatives of Investment firms, like Business Oxygen, Hathaway Investment, True North Associates and People’s Investment Company, attended the event and shared their insights into what sells and what does not.

The 12 startups and enterprises from Nepal and India that participated the event represented diverse fields, including fashion, construction, interior designs, drone technology, education, search engines and social enterprise.  The participating companies were Kullabs.com, Gotripglobal.com, Lumbini Eco-friendly Block Industries, New SADLE, Play Nepal, Search Nepal, Airlift Nepal, Digitronix Nepal, Tulip IT Solution, Furniture Hub, Qlodu, and Home Yug.

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Chairperson of IME Group, Mr. Chandra Dhakal graced the event as the Chief Guest. Mr. Dhakal applauded the initiative made by Clock b Innovations and remarked it was important to be both dedicated and honest if one is to succeed as a startup/enterprise. He pointed out that there are numerous investment opportunities available if one has an idea or product that sells.

Chandra Dhakal