about beedThe beed eco-system is anchored by beed management, a management consulting and financial advisory firm based in Nepal. Since 2008, the firm has served more than fifty firms inside and outside Nepal. For a detailed profile of beed, please send a request to: email@example.com
- Beed Management Concludes Summit Hotel Transaction
17 October 2012
Two Nepali investors have purchased Summit Hotel from Foundation Nepal Holland House (FNHH). The Dutch group had been running the three-star hotel since 1978.
- Unleashing Nepal Unleashing You Thinkshop
13 August 2012
The seventh edition of the Unleashing Nepal Unleashing You Thinkshop conducted by the beed leadership center concluded this week. Altogether more than 150 participants have undergone the unique experience of exploring their leadership abilities and planning for their future. Thought Facilitator Sujeev Shakya, who has recently completed the Certified Coaching Program from Columbia University (USA) conducts these thinkshops. The program has been very popular with banks.
- Neftalk: Nepali Economy – Challenges and Potential
16 May 2012
Date: May 16, 2012 US envoy calls for right policies to boost economy
- Neftalk: Insolvency in Nepali Context
3 May 2012
Neftalk: Insolvency in Nepali Context
- Unleashing Nepal – Unleashing You ‘Thinkshop’ concluded
21 March 2012
A two day ‘thinkshop’ was conducted by beed leadership center, a division of beed management on 17 and 18 March 2012 for Senior and Middle Management team members of Everest Bank Limited, a joint venture bank with Punjab National Bank, India. Titled Unleashing Nepal – Unleashing You©, the ‘thinkshop’ – a combination of workshop, training and group coaching was conducted by beed CEO Sujeev Shakya. Sujeev combined his previous training modules, over two decades of experience and his recent completion of Certificate in Coaching from Columbia University, USA to deliver a unique experience to the participants. He is also the author of the bestseller Unleashing Nepal, published by Penguin.
- HR as a Strategic Partner
24 January 2011
The HR Club at apex Banking Academy of Nepal – National Banking Training Institute (NBTI) in association with Beed Management and KUSOM of Kathmandu University is organizing a professional HR Conference on February 10-11 at Soaltee Hotel.
- Surya Nepal Brainstrom
5 October 2010
Surya Nepal Brainstorm the boss corporate quiz is and independent, all encompassing annual business quiz
- Profitable Positivity
1 October 2010
My inbox is flooded with emails that people vehemently forward predicting Nepal's doom. A hobby we really like to pursue as Nepalis.
- Will they return to Nepal?
15 August 2010
The dreams, discoveries and hopes of four Nepali students pursuing courses abroad
- Lack of timely date misleads policy makers
10 May 2010
Lack of timely date misleads policy makers
- समयमै तथ्यांक नआउँदा समस्या
10 May 2010
समयमै तथ्यांक नआउँदा समस्या
- ' तथ्यांक नै पाइँदैन '
10 May 2010
' तथ्यांक नै पाइँदैन '
- The business of extortion
7 May 2010
Last week, business people were hassled by requests for funds by supposed Maoists to finance a bandha that
- Together for tourism
7 May 2010
Nepal Tourism Year 2011 is being organised to mobilise the tourism sector for Nepal's development and the prosperity of Nepalis.
- Unleashing Nepal
15 October 2009
The past decade has been an eventful one for Nepal. It has featured thwarted attempts at democracy, a royal massacre and a coup, and finally,
- We Were never trained to think global
12 October 2009
Sujeev Shakya, known for his Arthabeed columns in the Nepali Times, is a businessman and entrepreneur. Currently heading Beed Management, his new book, Unleashing Nepal: Past, Present and the Future of the Economy
- Remedying The Ills of The Past
10 October 2009
Nepal is a country where for much of its history—particularly the past two decades—the business and analysis of politics has dominated everything else, including the economy.
- Nepal Economy 101
9 October 2009
An extract from Unleashing Nepal: Past, Present and Future of the Economy by Sujeev Shakya, Penguin Books, 2009, pp 280.