There is no hiding the fact that Nepal’s agriculture industry could do better, a lot better. From supply side constraints to over-reliance on the import of agricultural products, from inefficient practices to lack of value addition, there are many problems in this industry.
The World Bank observes that growth in the agriculture sector is two to four times more effective in raising incomes among the poorest compared to other Companies. But what can be done to unleash the agriculture sector that holds so much potential for so many people and businesses alike?
Come, join for April’s Venture Talk with Mr. Anand Bagaria, Managing Director of Nimbus Nepal, and learn about what is required to “Unleash Agro Businesses in Nepal.”
Registration Fee: Rs. 200
Event Date: Sunday, April 29th, 2018
Event Venue: Nepal Tourism Board, Pradarshani Marg, Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu
Time: 5:00- 7:00 PM
4:45 PM: Event Registration begins
5:00 PM: Venture Talk with Anand Bagaria
5:45 PM: Q/A with speaker
6:15 PM: Networking over coffee.
Speaker Bio: Mr. Anand Bagaria
Anand Bagaria is the MD of NIMBUS, Nepal’s leading agro-processing & business enterprises.
Mr. Bagaria completed his bachelors in industrial engineering from R.V. College of Engineering, Bangalore. He also completed an Entrepreneurial Masters Program (EMP) at MIT from Entrepreneur’s Organisation.
Mr. Bagaria has been involved in various organizations throughout his career. He is the co-founder of Himalayan Climate Initiative (HCI), executive member of FNCCI, Treasurer at the Nepal India Chamber of Commerce & Industry, member of Young Presidents Organisation (YPO) and so on.
He was honored with the ‘Person to Watch’ Boss Business Excellence Award, some years ago. His company recently recognized as the leading agribusiness in Nepal. Besides being actively involved in an agribusiness sector, he has diversified his business interests into poly-woven & Non woven fabric production, chemical processing, grain trading, solvent extraction, edible oil refinery, and animal health and nutrition.