India with its ever so widening talent and skill pool has witnessed a great bunch of start-ups climbing up the economy hill rapidly. Both the small as well as big players are looking ahead to spread their wings across the nation and give a push to their economy. However, with the skying real estate prices, it becomes an area of concern to invest on permanent infrastructure or even pay heavy bills.
To put this concern aside, collaborative or shared work spaces have become a legit tool of convenience when it comes to real estate and infrastructure. Start-ups as well as the bigger firms have shown keen interest in sharing spaces with fellow enthusiasts and that too without any burden on their wallets.
Collaborative work space not only allows you to share spaces but also network, discuss and debate with your workmates.
Co-working has bought about the biggest revolution when it comes to office spaces and infrastructure. Also with firms investing in creating such work spaces, Co-working is holding up to be quite a profitable segment in itself.
No more spending on heavy and fancy infrastructure for your offices or work spaces. Also the cost of maintenance also drops quite a bit when it comes to Co-Working Spaces.
Cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune are one of the most prominent locations where the concept of co-working spaces is budding aggressively.
Mumbai Co-working has taken a major boost since its introduction in the city where there are infinite dreams to make it large.
The nation is moving towards a new age of sharing office spaces keeping apart the big rock of investing in infrastructure.