Startup Debate for Visionary
With emerging startups in Nepal flourishing entrepreneurship, Startups Debate for Visionary is set to be organized in the town aiming to connect the startup companies in Kathmandu with a friendly debate championship. The program will run for 2 days beginning March 3, and the participants on the first day will get debate orientation to compete against other participating teams on the second day.
The participation amount collected from the program is intended to help the cataract surgery, initiated by “Make Me See” community for the needy patients. NRs. 7,500 were collected from the registration charge and donated to help the cataract surgery patients.
Tatva Inc. won the startup debate. Eight startups with two team members participated in the championship.
In the Knockout round of the competition, the participants had to present their ideas on the motion: This house regrets the glamorization of start-up culture that encourages people to start own companies rather than pursue traditional career paths.
Similarly, in the final round, the participants had an engaging debating session on the motion: Rather than beginning with a massive capital, this house believes that startups should begin with little or zero funds