Suhan Nepal says his team's app is the answer the tedious governmental red tape average Nepalis face everyday. The Sarkari Karyala promises to ease legal procedures by providing information on legal governmental procedures to citizens. The app will be providing details regarding costs, locations, requirements etc.
Shirish Maharjan presents his team's app as a solution for reporting and solving road damages in Nepal. The Road Damage Reporting app enables users to provide GPS locations of the reported road so that other users can deroute to an alternate road to their destination.
Rajan Maharjan showcases the m - Varnamala as an up-and-coming tool to educate pre-school children under a Montessori curriculum. m - Varnamala sees a market in the Non Residential Nepali community, particularly in teaching Nepali to their children.
Anjana Manandhar claims the Life Saver app is an important tool for people to be able to use during emergencies. The team plans to collaborate with a telecom to share revenues from the usage of the app when the user uses the emergency button. Other features include emergency contacts, emergency SMS, automatic GPS location and automatic Google map link to victim's location.
Birthday Forest takes up the initiative of afforestation and countering the human led abuse of nature. Keeping the environment lover and CSR branches of organizations, the platform allows users to fund the plantation of a tree in a desired location, physically planted by the user or the Birthday Forest team.
For an industry that involves over 60% of the population and contributes 35.7% of the national GDP, Prashanta Neupane argues the agricultural sector is terribly underrepresented in the ongoing digital revolution. Uneducated farmers continue to be exploited at low prices and uninformed consumers continue to ignorant to the situation.
Trek Guide aims to be the one-stop shop for all trekking information. Their unique selling point is that their app provides everything from bus/plane information, trip costs, lodging, agency info to other useful details such as weather, trekking gear and small trails that most online resources do not provide.
StoreMunk's pitch banks on the value of loyalty of retail customers. They claim their application can be used by every urban store to reach every urban customer. StoresMunk aims to be the end of hassling with loyalty cards and information overload.
Parakhi's App features hotel listing, search by location/hotel name, bookings, maps, hotel reviews through Facebook and sharing links. The benefits they claim is that since their app will be free, people will appreciate the abundance of resources available. Their target market is the smartphone savvy tourist.
The Mobile Survey app focuses on the practical usage of mobile application to collect survey data for research. Sonika Manandhar explains that while their primary target is INGOs and NGOs, university students, media houses, private companies and government sectors, too, will make good customers.