Coworking space is a growing concept which provides working space to various organizations. Coworking spaces are coming out to be a huge advantage for young entrepreneurs and start ups. Startups usually can’t afford to buy a huge place for their growing business, thus coworking spaces provides them with a good place in their budget. But in this growing trend, not just startups but also big companies or some MNCs are also shifting to coworking spaces. Big known companies like PayTm, Zomato and many more have shifted or have started taking seats at coworking places. Some known companies which are working from coworking are:
Paytm, Koramangala works from Innov8, Koramangala
Innov8 opened their third coworking centre in Koranmangala, Bengaluru which is a 350 seater and the place where Paytm has taken the majority of their space. The digital giant has a mandatory office space while enjoying other amenities like pool table, table tennis, mini golf area, skateboards and also a roof top terrace where they can have informal group meetings.
Knowlarity, Bangalore works from WeWork, Bangalore
Knowlarity, India’s number 1 cloud telephony company is now a part of WeWork, which is one of the biggest coworking space in India. WeWork has a capacity of around 2200 seating.
Zomato, Nagpur works from Chaos Theory, Nagpur
After generating a lot of traffic from Nagpur, Zomato decided to expand their team and took a place at Chaos Theory, Nagpur. The whole idea of working from a coworking space is because they are just four people and renting a place from coworking space is economical and works perfectly for them.
Cox & Kings, Gurgaon works from GoWork, Gurgaon
GoWork in the largest coworking space with an ample space of 8lakh sq ft and with more than 12,000 seats at one place. This recently launched place has Cox & Kings as their first tenant which has taken around 1000 seats which occupies 50,000 sq ft of area. GoWork is providing coworking spaces to companies at reasonable prices, giving tough competition to other coworking places.
Tokopedia works from 91Springboard, Noida
Tokopedia is Indonesia’s largest ecommerce marketplace which now works from 91Springboard coworking space. The company received a funding of $1.1 billion from Alibaba group.
Trade Academy works from 91Springboard, Noida
Trade Academy has been working from 91Springboard from December 2015, but moved out after the company grew for a while. But now they have joined 91Springboard again because of their amazing experience with them.