“The ease of registering the company.” says Bijendra Shah, CEO of Daaqi

Bijendra Shah is a purpose-driven and process-oriented leader, who has mentored and coached entrepreneurs in launching their new ventures or pivoting their business model for success. He has also worked on national and international consulting assignments to enhance productivity and scout opportunities for entrepreneurs and other beneficiaries.

About Daaqi

Daaqi – its literal translation meaning postman, delivers all the necessary office supplies, business mails, and parcels at customers’ doorsteps on time and at a competitive rate. The start-up is designed as a one-stop solution for all logistical needs of corporate houses and individuals.

Here is what Bijendra Shah says about improving the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Nepal:

What do you think is one of the most required policy changes in Nepal from the perspective of promoting the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Nepal?

The ease of registering the company. The process and the time it takes to register a company is very challenging for an entrepreneur. Being an entrepreneur one should be able to focus on creation but the registering process takes so much of time and effort.

What impact will such policy change yield for the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Nepal?

That will encourage the young aspiring entrepreneurs to establish their own venture.

As a part of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2021, Samriddhi Foundation asked Nepali entrepreneurs what they think is the most pressing policy change to promote the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Nepal. In this series, Samriddhi Foundation will feature two entrepreneurs a day through the #GEW2021 week, starting from November 8 to November 14, 2021.