The concept of co-working spaces is fast catching pace in India. Delhi NCR seems to have acquired the ‘capital’ status in shared office concept as well. Heating up the market are a number of players, both local and international, small and huge. Let’s explore the pros and cons of top 7 cowork spaces of the Delhi region.
Gowork is India’s largest co-working area created by Nimitaya Group for those who live to relish their dreams through innovations. The coworking space also tends to shape revolutions that will fast track the Indian Startups journey. The company is promoted and conceptualized by Nimitaya Group which also have a great interest in real-estate, hospitality and F&B – that’s why we are the largest co-working ecosystem in the world.
Cowork is a place from where you can operate your business freely without worrying about the infrastructure. Cowork is not just providing you plug & play office spaces, they help you build the culture for your business through networking events, marketing support and expert mentorship. They are conveniently located at a walking distance from the Mayur Vihar Metro station and is just off the DND Exit. Whether you drive, or use a public transport, it is really easy to get there!
As India embarked on an exciting journey of developing an innovative ecosystem for entrepreneurs, Awfis became an integral part of this journey by creating an affordable, tech-enabled, collaborative, high energy co-working environment for the entrepreneurial community. With a passion to create inspirational workspace solutions, Amit Ramani founded Awfis in April, 2015. The aim was to introduce a ‘Sharing Economy’ business model where one should be able to make ‘Just-in-time’ bookings for meeting rooms & work desks and enjoy a flexible, hassle-free, productive work environment.
Their aim is to bring workspaces closer and make them more accessible to people. They are committed to create an ecosystem to facilitate community based working advantage and facilitate Performance through strong operations, well defined training processes, consistent service quality and product offerings across all centres.
AltF Coworking is working towards utilizing under-utilized spaces and turning them into Coworking Spaces which would be known under one brand “AltF CoWorking”. They aim to provide premium and good quality spaces at economical pricing to everyone so as to wipe off the hindrance of starting up i.e a place to work.
91springboard is a vibrant coworking community created for startups, freelancers and business owners with a startup mindset. They are dedicated to making your work-life easy and fun while playing an integral role in helping your organization grow. Members of 91springboard get access to a coworking space with 24×7 office-infrastructure support, key service providers, knowledge sharing & collaboration, networking and of course, a free spirited culture that breeds innovation!
They act as a ‘springboard’ to enterprises propelling them further, helping them succeed.
Regus is the world’s largest provider of flexible workspace solutions, with customers including some of the most successful entrepreneurs, individuals and multi-billion dollar corporations. Their network includes almost 3000 business centres, spanning almost 900 cities across 120 countries. Through their range of office formats and virtual offices they enable people and businesses to work efficiently. And choose where they want to work from and when they want. Regus offers a range of price points.
Founded in Brussels, Belgium, in 1989, Regus is based in Luxembourg and listed on the London Stock Exchange
WeWork is a global network of workspaces where companies and people grow together. They intend to transform buildings into dynamic environments for creativity, focus, and connection. More than just the best place to work, they claim it to be a movement towards humanizing work. They believe that CEOs can help each other, offices can use the comforts of home. And everyone can look forward to Monday if we find real meaning in what we do.