Kailasa Kumar, co-founder of the tech startup Mihira, is the latest in a long line of entrepreneurs who have been forced to re-engineer their business models to meet the growing demands of an ever-increasing global economy.
Kumar, who started his company in 2013, says that he was born in Kathua, Nepal and grew up in the southern town of Patan, but that he moved to Kathmandukh in 2011 to work in the capital city.
He decided to make his mark in the country’s startup ecosystem when he founded Mihiras Web Design and Technology business in 2012.
Kerras business model involves taking advantage of local trends in the design of websites.
It focuses on the aesthetics and user experience, and provides a platform for entrepreneurs to showcase their work to the world.
In an age where social media has become an important part of our lives, Kumar said he feels that a new era of online marketing and online content marketing has arrived.
“I have been working for a long time, so I have a long memory, and I feel that the times are changing.
The Internet is so dynamic and so changing that I am starting to see it as a part of a new paradigm,” he said.
Kamal Kumar started his web design company in Kathwa, Nepal.
His site, Mihiroa, is available in Nepali and English.
(AP Photo/Harshan Khalsa)Kumar said that he started Mihireas business when he moved back to Nepal in 2012, but when he started looking for clients he didn’t have the experience of working with an established brand or brand name.
In the end, he came across a business in the city of Kailas that offered a great opportunity.
“When we got to Kathua and started looking around for potential clients, we found this startup and the whole thing took off from there,” Kumar said.
He said that they have been making small sales of 1,000 to 1,500 rupees ($13 to $21) a day since the start of the year.
Kauras Web Marketing, a small startup that Kumar founded with his partner Kailasha, offers online content management services to startups, small and medium enterprises and the government in Katha and Patan districts.
It has over 1,200 registered customers, according to Kumar.
Kashish Nandi, cofounder and CEO of Mihiru, said that the business model is based on providing a platform where businesses can showcase their designs, content and services and get feedback on their work.
“We have a great team here, and we work with small to medium enterprises, startups and the local government to deliver great results,” he told Quartz.
“I think the Internet is changing the way we think about what businesses do, and the way businesses do business.
The business model we are developing here is a product that will bring that change,” Nandi added.
Kilawarra, another founder and CEO at Mihiiras, said they aim to change the way people think about how businesses are run by offering a platform that provides a business model, customer feedback and a way to stay relevant.
“The business model that we are building here is based around a service that will help small to mid-sized enterprises to build a customer loyalty program,” he added.
Nandi, who has worked with other startups in the past, said the biggest challenge for startups in Kathma is that most of their customers are not online.
“Our goal is to change that perception and create a place where you can build a strong online presence, where you are going to be noticed, and where you will be seen,” he noted.
Mihirah is offering a service to make sure that small businesses in Kathana have the ability to sell their products online.
(Courtesy of Misha Kishore Kumar)Kailash, who co-founded Mihrias Web Designer, said, “We want to make it as easy as possible for small businesses to build an online presence.
We want them to build their business on a digital platform, on a platform of their own.”