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One of the global leader of Co Working space, WeWork has launched its huge business center in Mumbai. The company has launched a seating capacity of 1900+ sprawled over 1.9 Lakh sq. ft. The look, feel and the facility in the economic Capital of India is at par with the global design and aesthetic standards of WeWork.
Speaking on the development at the Mumbai launch Karan Virwani, Director – WeWork (India) said, “The sharing economy trend in India is gaining traction as more consumers, particularly urban millennials, are finding it convenient and cost-effective. Thus, we need a collaborative workspace that resonates well with the millennial workforce. WeWork is the first brand in the world that adopted a different approach to traditional workspaces. Our locations will help companies of all sizes with the opportunity to collaborate through refreshing design, engaging community, and added benefits. Today we are not only building workspaces, but enabling entrepreneurial stories in India.”
The company had also launched 2200 seater space in Bengaluru in July this year. WeWork has been one of the fastest growing Co-Space Startup globally which has acclaimed a huge share against any of its competition and also build community to cross-leverage skills, resources and talents through its app. The company is eyeing India since its launch as India stands tall after America as the Startup ground, and it seems to be the biggest bate for WeWork. In India the company is competing against some of the leading Startups like Awfis and Innov8