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Are you hunting to begin your Skill Month with a bang? Well, then the wait is finally over! Skill week 2021 is here for you to grab skills in a different field with several trainings, interactions, workshops, case studies, competitions, and exposure to skill development. It will help youth to Explore, get Engaged and Educate in the various skills.

Practical learning is better than theoretical teaching which enables every individual to deeply understand the business ideas or stories through case studies in real problems, enabling participants to be able to deal with changing business situations. It concentrates on problem-solving and innovative actions.

A case study is an appropriate research design when there is a concise, relevant, and profound understanding of a specific real-world subject. The permit explores the characteristics, meanings, and implications of the case. You can use only a complete case study in the field to find a simple or realistic variant of the case study to compare and illuminate different aspects of your problem of investigation.

Case studies are a fantastic way to show off what you do. If you are ready to learn more about case studies, you can impart your concepts more powerfully and engage the audience more effectively. Learners will appreciate the concepts you shared with them.

Benefits of Case Studies 

  • Provides learning through Experience

Case studies create credibility through examples of situations that may occur, dealing with issues, and very specific real-life problems relevant to companies.

  • Giving new insight

Case studies give insight into issues and problems that cannot be learned in any other way.

  • Gain knowledge from new experiences

Case studies provide situational & understanding to experiment with potential solutions through case analysis.

With the aim to showcase the incredible journey and success stories of building an e-commerce industry that has a significant impact on Nepal’s economy for upcoming generations. Each corporation has its own story to tell. The case studies show the different success stories of cooperatives. Here, we bring you a Case Study presentation of corporates – Nabil Bank, eSewa, Foodmandu & Sasto Deal at Skill Week 2021. 

Case study on Sastodeal

Their story started in Dec 2011, when they were empowered to begin not to fair a company but an eCommerce industry that would have a noteworthy effect on Nepal’s economy for eras to come. Bootstrapped with fair Rs.50, 000, leasing a little carport, working on broken furniture and chairs and they worked difficult to construct a solid company and altogether contributing to building an eCommerce industry. Nowadays, Sastodeal is one of the driving eCommerce companies in Nepal with millions of clients and thousands of merchants/accomplices all over Nepal. Their objective is to guarantee that their clients can purchase items at reasonable costs, get their items conveyed as guaranteed.

If you want to know the detailed study of Sastodeal, one of the driving e-commerce companies in Nepal with millions of clients and thousands of merchants all over the country. You can join the case study of Sastodeal to understand the increasing customer retention rate in the eCommerce marketplace.

Case study on Nabil Bank

The establishment of Nabil Bank marked an era of customer-centric banking in Nepal, setting a milestone in the development of the financial services industry in Nepal. Established in 1984 AD, Nabil Bank set forth a culture of service excellence with innovative products and services in an otherwise basic financial intermediation constricted to limited products and services, virtually non-existent technological intervention, and limited public access to financial services. Setting forth a paradigm shift in the way banking is delivered in the domestic market, Nabil is righteously credited for its pioneer role in shaping up a banking culture that has its core built around service excellence, is driven by technology, and garnered through product innovation.

The case study of Nabil Bank will be done focusing on Aligning and strengthening corporate responsibility strategy. You can join the case study of Nabil Bank to have a detailed understanding of Nabil Bank, a leading customer-centric bank that has set a milestone in the development of the financial services industry in Nepal. 

Case study on Foodmandu

Foodmandu is the first company in Nepal that delivers food from hundreds of popular restaurants.  As a pioneer food delivery service provider, they are making life easier through online ordering. Today, there is more than one food delivery company, and Foodmandu stands out among all of them not just because it was the first to enter the food delivery market, but the first and only one of its kind to enter a service platform. Be it, satisfying your hunger, connecting your favorite food outlets with the location you are in, or bringing together all you want from more than one place, Foodmandu is just the right solution for you. 

A case study of Foodmandu is being conducted about the outlook on the online food delivery market in Nepal. 

Case Study on Esewa

eSewa – Nepal’s first online payment gateway is a comprehensive online payment solution. With eSewa digital wallet, customers can pay, send and receive money simply using their mobile phone and the Internet instantly. They have been operating since 2009 and have been licensed by Nepal Rastra Bank as a Payment Service Provider. Their vision is to cover every payment sector (Small/Big, Dealer/Retail, Private/Government, Domestic/International), and continuously accomplish a mission to create a cashless economy. They are continuously working for digital financial accessibility for all Nepalese.

A case study of eSewa is carried out to understand the eSewa Cash Points as a tool to enable financial services for small businesses.

If you are interested to seek an opportunity to learn from these companies’ challenges and success stories, explore and get inspired from the industry leader, get information about the corporate goals & processes relevant to their service.

Opportunities don’t knock twice, so what are you waiting for? Let’s go and grab it!