Corporate Newsletter Vol 15 No. 13
July 15 - August 14, 2016

Dream Big: CG President Tells Young Entrepreneurs

Kathmandu: President of Chaudhary Group Mr. Binod K. Chaudhary has advised Nepali entrepreneurs to think big and dream big in order to reach the heights of success. Talking to about 600 young Nepali entrepreneurs from across the country on June 28 at Yak & Yeti Hotel in Kathmandu, Mr. Chaudhary said one should have a dream big enough to motivate and inspire them throughout their career in business.

"Dream big, and pursue it with all your efforts. Don't think about resources. They will come when your dream is big enough and you are committed enough to achieve it," he said.

Mr. Chaudhary inspired the audience with his own story of going through the trials and tribulations of building Nepal’s first billion-dollar business, starting from a modest background and taking it to the global stage as Nepal’s first multinational - CG Corp Global.

He was addressing the seminar as a key-note speaker. The event was organized by Clock B, a business innovation and networking promotion group based in Kathmandu.

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A Philanthropist's Diary

By Nirvana Chaudhary
Head, Chaudhary Foundation

It was the noon of an ordinary Saturday, when a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the land of snow peaks and Sherpas, yaks and yetis, monasteries and mantras. The beautiful Himalayan nation I call home. On 25th of April 2015, the earthquake left almost 9,000 people dead, nearly 800,000 homes destroyed, and over 30,000 classrooms damaged in Nepal. The damage to public infrastructure was immeasurable.

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CG’s Hotel in Kigali to Open Next Month,
African Union Delegates First Guests

Kigali Hotel


Nepal’s first billionaire Binod Chaudhary’s company is preparing for the launch of its first five-star hotel in Africa, and the first batch of guests it is going to welcome includes heads of states and government of the African Union.

The Zinc Kigali in Rwanda’s capital is set to open in July, just in time for the African Union summit in the city, scheduled for July 10-18.

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सिलिकन भ्यालीमा पहिलो नेपाली कम्पनी खोल्न चाहन्छु

अमेरिका ।
विश्वकै अर्बपतिको सूचीमा परेका नेपाली उद्योगपति विनोद चौधरीका बारेमा लेख्न के बाँकी होला र ? त्यसमाथि आफ्ना संघर्षदेखि सफलताका कथासम्म आफैँले लखिसकेका छन् । बेलामौकामा उनले दिने अन्तर्वार्ता र भाषणमा पनि लगभग तिनै कुरा न आउँछन् । उनका बारेमा लेख्नेले छाडेका कोण पनि बिरलै होलान् ।

अमेरिकाको न्यु योर्कमा फोब्र्स पत्रिकाले आयोजना गरेको ‘फिलान्थ्रोपिक कन्फ्रेन्स’मा सहभागी भएपछि सानफ्रान्सिस्को आइपुगेका अर्बपति विनोद चौधरीलाई भेट्न जानुअघि मैंले दुई दिन सोचें – साँच्चै उनीबाट केही नयाँ कुरा ल्याउन सकिएला कि यसै अरू जस्तै, नेपालका एकजना धनाढ्य उद्योगपतिसँग भेटेजस्तो मात्रै होला ?

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Social Business for Social Transformation: Chaudhary



Social business guided by the principle of positive social change can transform the Nepali society, President of Chaudhary Group and Chairman of Chaudhary Foundation Binod K Chaudhary has said.

“The relevance of social business is very high in the context of Nepal. It can be immensely effective to bring economic and social changes in the country,” Chaudhary stated, speaking at a ceremony organised by the Chaudhary Foundation here today to celebrate the Seventh World Social Business Day.

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DPS Wins Football Tournament

Delhi Public School (DPS) under CG|Education has won the inter-school Coca Cola Football Competition. The school defeated South Zone Secondary School in the final match held on June 17 in Birgunj (in southern Nepal). The DPS team led by Captain Bikalpa Dahal scored 5 against 4 in penalty shootout as both the teams had a tie of 1-1 in an excitement-filled match held at the DPS football ground. All five strikers of DPS scored in the penalty shootout. Bikalpa Dahal of DPS was the man of the tournament and Pradeep Kewat was the man of the final match.

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-Himalayan Times

-Trade Arabia

-The New York Times

Mahatma Gandhi


Listen to everyone:
ask what you don't know.
Let your work speak for you.

Mahatma Gandhi