“There can be no successful business without successful society and there can be no successful society without successful business”
Adhering to this norm, National Business Initiative (NBI) was formed by fourteen major nepalese business associations and individual companies as an apolitical and non-profit-making organization in 2005.
NBI seeks to strengthen the role and capacity of the Nepalese Private Sector to contribute in sustainable peace in Nepal. We do so by mobilizing the existing private sector bodies at local and higher levels, generating new knowledge relating to private sector on softer issues around peace, conflict & development and creating demand as well as support for positive change in the society.
Peace, Security and Rule of Law
NBI collaborates with the stakeholders to promote peace, security and rule of law for all.
Responsible and Sustainable Business
NBI advocates for the responsible and sustainable business practice in Nepal in public and private organizations.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
NBI has a faith that the country can progress with innovation and entrepreneurship.
- Vice President of NBI, Mr. Kush K Joshi has made a presentation representing Nepalese Private Sector in Bali Government and Business Forum held in Indonesia from August 4-6. He participated in the forum along with Home Minister Honorable Ram B Thapa. BGABF is a high level forum of business people and government from more than 45 countries of Asia Pacific Region to work jointly on the issues of Modern Day Slavery. BGABF recommends three pillars of Acknowledge, Act and Adapt to both government and business while addressing the issues of modern day slavery. You can read more about bali […]Read More »
- National Business Initiative (NBI) has signed an agreement with Winrock International to support USAID funded Hamro Samman Project. Mr. Rohan Gurung, NBI Executive Member and President of Nepal Association of Foreign Employment Agencies Association (NAFEA) signed the agreement on behalf of NBI whereas Ms Sabina Pradhan, Deputy Chief of Party, Hamro Samman Project signed on behalf of Winrock International. Read More »
- Introduction On 17th June 2018 the National Business Initiative (NBI) in collaboration with the Data for Development in Nepal Program (implemented by the Asia Foundation in partnership Development Initiatives with funding from the UK Government’s Department of International Development) held a roundtable discussion with business leaders on “Open Data for Business”. In the past few years, there has been initial efforts from the Government of Nepal to open up data to the public. There is also growing discourse among government agencies and civil society on open data and recognition of its importance to Nepal’s development. However, the use of […]Read More »