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Famous cricketer and cancer survived star Yuvraj Singh has invested an undisclosed amount of funds to one of the co-working space Startup Creator’s Gurukul. As a part of the deal the company shall also be using Yuvraj Singh as it brand ambassador for the upcoming four years.
Gurukul has huge plans and as per one of the official statements the company is seeking a 500 + seater space in Gurugram as well as two other centres in Manguluru and Delhi by the end of the year 2017.
Speaking on the development Yuvraj Singh said “Creator’s Gurukul has mixed all the right ingredients and global alliances to create new age workplaces, ideally suited for modern day requirements. It feels great to be a part of the Creator’s Gurukul team and I look forward to working with Siraj (sic) and Abhinav in this exciting journey. I am confident that the unique business model of Creator’s Gurukul will disrupt the sector in a big way and create an inspiring global brand.”
Abhinav Tandon (co-founder of Creator’s Gurukul) said, “We have spent a lot of time in researching the nature of business, prepare a disruptive business model, onboarding the right strategic team and we have now been able to bring one of India’s favourite icons onboard to kick start the announcements.”
Pedigree of Creator’s Gurukul
Creator’s Gurukul is the baby child of Abhinav Tandon and Mohammed Sirajuddin. Abhinav comes with a Tech Background of some fortune 500 companies while Mohammed Sirajuddin comes with his experience in Crowdfunding, Strategy, Business Development and Business Deal Structuring.
The company aims to provide an inclusive infrastructure for the Startups to succeed and wanted to build a community in and around places where the Startups are flourishing and are getting aids either privately or through the government. The company also aims to bring back the retro culture of ancient India through their infrastructure and facilitation, but it seems a bit unclear as to how would they do it? The company statement says “We, at Creators Gurukul want to go back to our roots, to the actual golden age of entrepreneurs and India. We want to develop an ecosystem to nurture budding entrepreneurs, give them the thrust required to not only reach the top, but also break the glass ceiling and make India Proud. Creators Gurukul is all about Creating, Collaborating and CoWorking.”