Gurugram (Haryana) [India], Nov 13 (ANI): World’s largest co-collaborative co-working ecosystem GoWork recently opened two campuses in Gurugram. With an investment of Rs. 800 crore, these two campuses are expected to house about 12000 people.
GoWork is a holistic operational destination that provides a business with an opportunity to save at least 10-15 percent of the expenditure to be incurred on real estate and technological expenses.
Equipped with an array of latest amenities required to run any business, GoWork’s campuses go the extra mile by incorporating unique elements such as meditation and frustration zones, gym, spa, gaming arcade etc. to cater to the needs of every stakeholder ranging from entrepreneurs, SMEs, and corporates.
“The start-up environment is on an overdrive in India currently and we at GoWork believe this is the right time to introduce the world’s biggest co-working space here. Keeping in mind the need of entrepreneurs, we have built our space with the best technological support, offered in the industry today,” said Chief Evangelist at GoWork, Sudeep Singh.
“Our prime focus is to support business profitability for our clients and while we have a focus segment catering to start-ups, entrepreneurs and majorly SMEs, our spaces are adaptive to the needs of businesses operating at any scale and across domains. From IT to travel or education to retail, organizations from every field will find GoWork’s spaces to be fully equipped to meet their full spectrum of needs,” added Singh.
With this inauguration, the Indian start-up ecosphere has just received a shot-in-the-arm.
Further, the company also plans to equip its campuses with creches that will encourage women entrepreneurs and employees to participate more enthusiastically in the work environment.
GoWork already boasts of a strong clientele with iconic brands such as Cox & Kings, Lifelong, Impactify, Flying Fur, WIP and Fixxoo on a list which is rapidly expanding. (ANI)
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