Top 5 Most Promising Startups in Nepal – 2020
In 2020, some of the startups in Nepal have amazed people with their innovation and ideas to digitize Nepal. Here, we have some of the rising startups that are really worth knowing.
1. UG Cakes
UG Cakes is the product of Urban Girl, an all-in-one e-commerce portal. Urban Girl was established in 2012 by Nikita Acharya accompanied by her colleague Kiran Timsina. Now, it is one of the most successful portals for fashion wear, accessories, cosmetics and cakes in Nepal.
Along with great logistics and fast delivery, the entire process starting from order to delivery is completely automated. UG was awarded the “Best Start-Up Company of Nepal” in 2017 by New Business Age. Till today, they have been able to serve more than 100,000 customers.
A software company, Delta Tech founded by Ekta Golchha took an initiative to solve the problem related to sales automation and salesman tracking in FMCGs via an Android-based App Launched in October 2018.
Delta Sales App has advanced features for the sales team which includes order & collection automation, attendance & leave management, expense reporting, beat & tour planning, activities management along with GPS based tracking. Within a short span of 1 year, the app is being used by 3000+ salesmen all over the world.
Have you heard about cardless ATMs? Yes, you heard it right.
Hamro Technology established on 26th July 2016 has come up with this solution. mBank is an app designed and developed for financial institutions to enable cardless ATMs.
It’s a cloud-based mobile banking app integrated with the core banking software, designed in multiple languages.
Customers can use their mobile phones for banking services like balance enquiry, mini statement, transaction alerts, notification, fund transfer, cheque book request, cheque stop, and cardless ATM cash withdrawal.
Customers can also use this app for mobile balance top-ups, water and electricity bill payments along with domestic airline ticketing.
Aditya Raj, the founder of E-Digital Nepal envisions a nation where education meets digitalization. The team is bridging the gap between the traditional education system and modern learning with its top-notch digital platform. E-Digital Nepal offers desktop, web-based systems as well as apps for students, teachers, parents, drivers.
The company was established in May 2018 and within a short period of time, they have been able to digitize 100+ schools with their school management software.
Waste management startup Khaalisisi works by collecting recyclable waste and selling it for recycling. Founded by Aayushi KCs in June 2016, this startup works towards zero waste goals in Nepal.
Khaalisisi currently connects more than 13,000 recyclable waste-buyers to waste-sellers, helping to substantially increase the diversion of recyclable materials away from landfills.
They are changing the way trash collectors have behaved and the concept of trash collection, making Nepal drive towards becoming a zero-waste country.