As markets are reopening and the grip of the Covid-19 pandemic wanes, people are excited to go back to their normal ways of life. We are excited to finally live a life free of the fear of the virus. We can sense the same excitement in the vibrancy in the physical markets. The Covid-19 pandemic has transformed the behaviour of Nepali consumers. What does such mean for Nepali businesses, especially ecommerce? We spoke to Roshee Lamichhane in this episode of Prosperity Podcast.
Roshee Lamichhane is an Assistant Professor and Placement coordinator at Kathmandu University School of Management (KUSOM), Nepal. Currently, a PhD Scholar at Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand and MPhil graduate from KUSOM, her research interests include consumer behaviour, entrepreneurship, supply chain and other cross-cutting themes about the economy in general. She has research publications and a book chapter to her credit. Details https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Roshee_Lamichhane.
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