PDL Facilitates a Meeting Between Hoteliers of Chitwan and C-CENTER

1 oct, 2015

PDL Consulting Group in collaboration with C-CENTER organized a roundtable meeting with major hoteliers of Chitwan to discuss the ways of promoting and maximizing Chinese tourism in Nepal. During 2013, 100 million Chinese tourists travelled around the world, out of which a mere 113,173 came to Nepal. Language has been one of the most important factors in limiting the experiences (and hence the very important “word-of-mouth marketing”) of Chinese tourists to understanding the rich culture, beauty, heritage, hospitality and history of Nepal and its diverse citizens. And this is where C-CENTER comes in. C-CENTER is a premier Chinese business consulting firm based in Nepal that has been working tirelessly to offer language training servi

PDL Organizes a Successful Meet Between Hoteliers in Pokhara and C-Center

September 14, 2015 - Pokhara.

PDL Consulting Group organized a highly successful meeting between hoteliers in Pokhara and delegates from C-Center, a Chinese Education and Business Consulting Firm based in Kathmandu. The event was held on September 14, 2015, at Hotel Barahi, a 3-star deluxe hotel situated near the beautiful Fewa Lake. Representatives of over 10 major hotels and resorts, including The Fulbari Resort & Spa, Waterfront Resort, Hotel Da Yatra Courtyard<

PDL and Sano Paila Successfully Organized a Forum in Birgunj on Federalism and Nepal’s New Constitution

13 aug 2015

PDL and Sano Paila organized a socio-political event in Birgunj on August 8, 2015. The event brought together 6 panelists from 6 different political parties at Hotel Suraj, Birgunj, to discuss various aspects of the preliminary draft of the constitution.  The main issues raised and discussed were about federalism.  Over 200 people showed up for the town hall meeting.  In addition, loudspeakers placed at various strategic locations throughout Birgunj provided live coverage of the program.  A considerable number of people congregated in these venues as well. The program allowed each of the panelists 5 minutes to deliver their opening statements. Then, Mr. KC L