Platform for business startups and aspirants
‘Monday Morning Coffee Queries Week 69’ was organized at Bodhi Books and Bakes, Chappal Karkhana on Monday. MMCQ is a regular weekly business meet-up organized by Clock b Business Innovations every Monday from 9 am to 11 am.
“The event was first organized with a vision to unite the Nepali market and provide for collaboration and peer to peer business support,” said Binay Devkota, CEO of Clock b Business Innovations. “This initiation is specially tailored for entrepreneurs, students and start-ups because we at Clock b Business believe in learning and evolving together.”
Addressing the fact that startups tend to be ambitious and lack enough technicalities in the field of networking, sales, and business, MMCQ has become an effective networking platform over the years. One of the early days attendees of Monday Morning Coffee Queries, who still attended MMCQ to interact with start-ups, Bijendra Shah, said the platform had gotten him investors and potential collaborators. He hopes that this initiative of Clock b will attend bigger grandeur and serve greater purpose in the future.
Supervisor of the event, Samjhana Thapa, said the event had been a platform for nearly a dozen new ventures, started through the knowledge imparted at MMCQ. “Numerous partnerships have been fostered through the event,” she remarked in her opening speech.
Speaking at the sidelines of the event, Suraj Raj Pandey of Clock b said the event had seen the participation of more than 600 attendees over the years. “All of them were from diverse market backgrounds, like Everest summiteers, dancers, film makers, architects, investors, farmers, doctors, entrepreneurs and students.”
Clock b Business Innovations serve the Nepali market by providing consulting solutions in reverse innovation, market connectivity and processes automation.