Are you planning to develop entrepreneurship, doing own business and want a steady growth on it? Or you seeking ideas and strategies with fresh head to kick-start your business expansion? If yes, there is something happening tomorrow to help you. The NRNA Australia is organizing an Entrepreneur Conference on Saturday to help Nepalese Australian Diaspora in this regard. The conference would help emerging entrepreneurs to engage, interact and get benefited by the experiences that established businesses went through. The event also will serve as a networking platform for various entrepreneurs and social leaders across Australia.
”This NRNA National Entrepreneur Conference is designed specifically for NRN entrepreneurs; independent business owners who want to achieve significant growth and expansion within their business,” Dila Kharel Program Coordinator and Spokesperson NRNA Australia told NepaliPage. Participants can discover ideas, fresh thought processes, and proven strategies that one can put into action immediately and locally, he further added.
The Nepalese Australian Diaspora has now spread throughout Australia. And, a significant number out of 180,000 living in Australia is involved in business and entrepreneurship activities.
The NRNA National Entrepreneur Conference not only accommodates networking, business intelligence and platform to click on new ideas on potential business and investment but also helps to explore foreign direct investment opportunities in Nepal. Prominent industry professionals, government agencies, policymakers, regulators, investors, business leaders as well as academics would make the session fruitful to participant regards doing business in Australia and Nepal as well.
It is understood that the conference would cover accounting, finance, real estate, education, migration, travel and tourism, agriculture, information technology, banking, hydropower, telecom, energy, and digital communication sector. A similar conference was held in Sydney in 2017. The organizer is expecting around 500 participants from various business sectors.