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‘Learning, unlearning and relearning is a continuous process and journey’

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Sneh Rajbhandari

Director of Public Affairs, Communications and Sustainability

Coca-Cola Nepal

Sneh Rajbhandari has over 12 years of experience in the development, sustainability, public affairs, and strategic communications sector. She has extensive practice to ensure that sustainability is at the heart of business for multinational companies and is currently the Head of Public Affairs, Communications and Sustainability for Coca-Cola Beverages Nepal. Rajbhandari has engaged with the community at the grassroots level to establish a non-profit that provides education and social services to internal migrants to help those excluded from the city become more included in the social fabric of urban areas. She has worked in the education sector to establish programmes to complement the formal education sector through Early Childhood Development and creative After School Programmes in the slums, along with working on Strategic Communications for a non-profit education foundation during the pandemic to help all their programmes to transition to a digital learning environment. She was also nominated as a Global Shaper for the Kathmandu Hub in 2014 for her work in uplifting the migrant community through INCLUDED. She became the first female curator of the hub in 2015, and co-led the largest relief and rehabilitation project, globally. Rajbhandari is an Advisory Board Member of Nepal Economic Forum, Board Member of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Nepal, and Director at Curves and Colors, a creative technology company providing end-to-end solutions for intergenerational conglomerates and various brands to optimise their online presence. In this issue of Business 360, Rajbhandari speaks about her list of top brands. Top 4 apps that you use the most Outlook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Netflix 3 destinations within Nepal you want to travel to Khaptad National Park, Shey Phoksundo and Kanyam Women-run businesses you think deserve accolades Herveda Botanicals founded by Prativa Pandey Pad2Go co-founded by Shubhangi Rana and Jessica Rana Therapy founded by Lumanti Sakya A startup business that you think will ace later Technologies - converting CO2 to oxygen through algae An entrepreneur who inspires you Dr Sanduk Ruit, as a social entrepreneur. I am inspired by his purpose driven initiative which makes cataract surgeries affordable to all. A non-profit you want to contribute to Animal Nepal What are the three things it takes to manage a company? Visionary leadership Shared values amongst all employees Financial stability The best work advice you have received Stay curious. Learning, unlearning and relearning is a continuous process and journey. Future plans with the company Very grateful to be leading the Public Affairs, Communications and Sustainability vertical for the company. As a department that has an external facing role, I hope to be able to deepen relationships between stakeholders and our company to generate better shared value for Nepal. 3 Nepali startups you think deserve the spotlight
  • Learn Infinity
  • TAVISI Nepal
  • Sutkeri
These are all women-founded businesses leveraging technology to provide access to information or products for better outcomes for women of different age groups. READ ALSO:
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MARCH 2024

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