Affordable rent, new businesses push demand for co-working space in the city
NOIDA: The city’s co-working ecology is set to become busier than before with new players ready to enter the market.
The Times of India | 22nd January 2020
Promoting managed workspaces: Key elements to a marketing blueprint
Informal, collaborative, spirited: that is how common workspaces stormed in with a new way of working.
The Economic Times - Brand Equity | 22nd December' 2019
Aerocity’s luxury hotel to offer coworking space
Bird Group’s luxury hospitality brand has decided to tap the coworking market. In its Roseate House hotel in Aerocity.
Entrepreneur India | 21st December' 2019
Here's How Workspaces Evolved in 2019, and How They Will In 2020
The times are changing. 2019 has almost come to an end and we are witnessing an unprecedented rise and evolution of the workspace industry.
Entrepreneur India | 18th December' 2019
2019: An effective year for Co-working sector
The year 2019 has undoubtedly been an eventful year for the flexible workspace industry globally. In India too, it finds itself at an interesting stage as it morphs into a more mature and stable sector.
Mail Today | 16th December' 2019
Exploring the Remarkable Evolution of Workplaces: From Prosaic Offices to Hospitable Workspaces
The essential structure and fibre of any workplace are directly proportional to the quality of work that the employees of that office are able to achieve.
Realty Nxt | 4th December' 2019
Top serviced office provider in the country
Workplaces in the past decade have witnessed continuous disruption. It began with Traditional Offices to Business Centres, then Co-working Spaces and Now Managed Workspaces.
The Asian Age | 3rd December' 2019
The ‘New Cult’ in Workspace Culture: Rise Of Flexible Workspaces
‘Flexible First’ has become the keyword of modern workspaces looking to simplify its mode of operations to the best optimum possibility. Streamlined operations and a barrier-free workspace environment.
Inc42 | 23rd November' 2019
A Timely shot in the arm for the sector
The recently announced alternative investment funds (AIFs) will act as a catalyst and will push for the completion of several stalled and unfinished projects specifically in the mid-segment and affordable segments across the country and will help several homebuyers their dream homes.
Mail Today (Property Mail) | 18th November' 2019 Page - 14 & 15