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Published on: 2017-04-30     2545 times read    0  Comments

New Business Age (P) Ltd. has been publishing New Business Age (monthly business magazine in English) and Aarthik Abhiyan (national business daily in Nepali).

OUR VISION, MISSION AND VALUES

History

The first issue of New Business Age magazine was published in April 2001 and the company New Business Age (P) Ltd. was incorporated in 2003. In 2005, it started publishing Aarthik Abhiyan weekly (initially called Aajako Abhiyan). This is upgraded since September 2010 into a national daily.

Because of all these, NBA boasts of having the longest institutional history and experience in business journalism in Nepal.

Affiliates

New Business Age (P) Ltd. has set up one fully owned subsidiary Minds Nepal (P) Ltd. which functions in the fields of consultancy, research and training.

Products

The company NBA at present has following products:

Arthik Abhiyan :  It is Nepali Language daily business newspaper published days of the week (Sunday to Friday)  and it has 12-16 pages in broadsheet. On all the other six days of week, it has one or more special  pages dedicated to different sectors such as Investments & Capital Market, Technology, Transport, Jobs, Education, Development and Housing & Real Estate with the broad title '' Product" . It selects one product, service or business for a day and tries to give 360 degree coverage on that product on that day. Arthik  Abhiyan is printed on normal newsprint.


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