We recently had the privilege of hosting an incredibly impactful session with Laxmi Sharma, a true pioneer in the world of entrepreneurship. Laxmi sharma, known as the first woman auto-rickshaw driver in Nepal, took us on a journey through her remarkable career, sharing insights that left a lasting impression on everyone present.
The session delved into Laxmi’s entrepreneurial ventures, particularly her establishment of Nepal’s first button factory, Laxmi Wood Craft Udyog. What makes her story truly unique is the innovative use of materials—animal bones and horns—to create distinct and globally acclaimed designs. Brands like Ralph Lauren and Zara have even recognized the exceptional quality of her creations, importing them for a global audience.
Beyond showcasing her creative process, Laxmi shared the highs and lows of her entrepreneurial journey, providing a real and relatable narrative for aspiring business minds. Her story is not just about success but also resilience, demonstrating how challenges can be transformed into opportunities with determination and creativity.
During the session, Laxmi addressed the intriguing intersection of politics and business, offering valuable insights into how political factors can impact the entrepreneurial landscape. Her perspectives shed light on the broader context in which businesses operate, making her session a rich source of knowledge for both seasoned entrepreneurs and those just starting.
The impact of Laxmi’s session extended beyond the immediate audience, reaching our students in a profound way. Her practical tips and tricks for entrepreneurship, coupled with the real-world experiences she shared, left an indelible mark on those eager to embark on their own entrepreneurial journeys.
In conclusion, Laxmi Sharma’s session was more than a success; it was a masterclass in resilience, creativity, and the intertwining dynamics of business and politics. We look forward to sharing more inspiring stories and invaluable insights in future sessions, continuing to foster an environment of growth and learning for all.