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Hello Harsh Sir!I am a CA final student n particularly I belongs to Nepal.Currently I am thinking of
Hello Harsh Sir!I am a CA final student n particularly I belongs to Nepal.Currently I am thinking of starting a business in Nepal.Would u please suggest me some valuable tips for startups that is worthwhile in a country like Nepal n I will also be grateful if u show me the way for executing my ideas into actions.
05 May 2017, 09:52pm
Nabina,\nGlad to know that you want to start a business in your country and thus become a job-creator yourself, rather than a job-seeker. The business that you want to start should either be something you're good at or something you care about. So for instance, if you care about animals, start a pet shelter. if you care about fitness, start a gym for women. If you care about education, become a franchise of some digital content company. And so, on. Or if you're good at finance (CA) then become an independent consultant to other firms.\nTwo more things. How much money do you have to invest in your own business. And, do you have relevant experience so that you can succeed. If you don't have the money or the experience, then first work in that sector and build your understanding of what it takes to succeed--and also save money that will be used your capital. \nSince India has more opportunities than Nepal, you may want to work for a couple of years in India before working for another six months in Nepal and then starting your business there.\nHarsh
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Nabina,\nGlad to know that you want to start a business in your country and thus become a job-creato

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