E-Commerce experts in Kathali have found a way to make their dreams come true.
They have decided to set up a new company, with the help of a friend of their who is a design designer, to start their business.
Their goal is to help Nepal reach its goal of achieving digital literacy.
The Nepal Web Design Association is a non-profit organisation with a vision to develop a national web design strategy in the country.
“The goal of our organization is to support a professional, highly skilled and experienced team who can produce high-quality design works that will be appreciated by the people of Nepal and the international community,” said the association’s president, Prabhu Gautam.
The association’s team includes a designer, an illustrator, a website architect, and a copywriter.
The group hopes to make a name for themselves as a design consultancy.
“We are working on developing the first digital design workshop in Katham, and we are also looking for some freelance design designers,” said Prabahu Gautom, a Kathmandian who was inspired by his experiences in the U.S. and the U and the UK.
“I had been dreaming about a job in the web industry, but it took me a long time to find one.
This is a dream come true for me,” said Gautamy.
A team of around 20 people are currently working in the Katham region.
“Our goal is just to develop our skills and bring our knowledge to the world.
It’s a challenge we have been facing, but we are confident that our dream will come true,” said Karun Yadav, the association chairperson.
The association is looking for experienced designers, as well as students to work with them.
“I’m looking for a student who is ready to take on this challenge,” said Yadav.
He added that he expects to start with a team of three to four people.
“My main objective is to give a better quality to the content.
That means that we should be able to provide high-level, relevant information and services to the Nepali people.
We are looking for people who are willing to take a chance, to help us out,” said Keshav Khetan, a member of the association.”
There are plenty of opportunities for designers to get their hands on a job and help us develop a better design,” said Ramakant Khetani, another member of KathmandueWebDesign.
In addition to creating a professional web design team, the KathmanduesWebDesign Association is also looking to raise awareness about digital literacy among Nepali youth.
“If we are able to create a positive image for Nepali children, they will think of it as an opportunity to develop in the world and to achieve their dreams,” said Pramod Sharma, the president of the Kathabut Web Design Group.