The Kathmanduan capital of Kathmandur is a tourist mecca.

With a sprawling cityscape and mountains, it is a popular destination for the rich and famous.

Now, with the launch of the Nepal Startup Weekend, the capital will be a hub for the startup world.

The Startup Weekend aims to foster the startup ecosystem in Nepal, with an emphasis on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education.

The event is designed to promote entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial spirit, according to a press release from Kathmandua Startup Weekend.

The festival will be held on April 13 and 14.

There are some unique challenges that startups face in Nepal.

While the country is relatively modern, its economic model is still a work in progress.

For instance, many of the key stakeholders are foreign investors, who have the right to take a slice of the pie.

Also, there is a high degree of corruption.

This is a problem that startups often face, especially if they are located in an emerging market.

According to the Kathmanduary Times, the organizers have enlisted a large number of local and foreign startups to help them promote the event.

They have hired a team of entrepreneurs, advisors, and consultants to help.

A large number will be participating in the Startup Weekend events in Kathmbar, a city in the south of the country.

The Kathmbara Startup Weekend will run from April 13 to 14.

The event will be hosted at the Kathmba River Hotel and Spa, with a large contingent of local entrepreneurs.

The Startup Weekend is being organized by the Nepali Government, the Nepalese Entrepreneurs Association (NSEA), and the Nepaledi Entrepreneurs League (NEEL), a non-profit organization founded by a Nepali entrepreneur in Nepal to help Nepaleses create innovative businesses.

Nepal Startup Weekend began in 2015 with the establishment of the Nepalee Entrepreneur League.

The NSEA and NEEL plan to hold three Startup Weekend competitions in Kathrambhar, Kathmandar, and Mungra.

The Kathmandue Startup Weekend 2017 is scheduled to begin on April 20 and will be followed by the Startup Week in Kathrajhar on April 22 and 23.