Coworking spaces in India have seen an astonishing growth in the last few years. Gradually start-ups and small teams are moving to coworking spaces as they are affordable and also provide a good working environment. Creator’s Gurukul, a New Delhi based coworking space provider has recently raised an undisclosed amount of funding from many investors.
About Creator’s Gurukul
The coworking space which aims to turbocharge the Indian entrepreneurial environment and provides coworking spaces to start-ups, young entrepreneurs and freelancers with a vision where people can work together and exchange ideas and help other start ups to overcome some business obstacles. The coworking space will open its first centre in Gurugram which will be a 500 seater space. There are plans to open two more centres by the end of this year. Check out this animated video describing how would you feel while working from one of its coworking spaces.
Gurukul has received funding from many investors like Rohit Nanda, Rajit Nanda, Smarak Bhuyan, and Sashwat Brahma. Earlier in July, Yuvraj Singh also invested in Creator’s Gurukul and became a partner and brand ambassador of the startup. In an official statement shared it is said that these investors will also work for growth of the coworking space.
“The concept of coworking space is invading in the country with a high pace. It was almost an instantaneous decision to participate in Creator’s Gurukul recent funding, as soon as I was exposed to this opportunity, because of its unique business model, well-balanced team, alliances and the vision. ,” Rohit Nanda said.
On asking about how the latest funding will help Gurukul, Sirajuddin said, “We have received a tremendous response for our venture so far because of the unique business model and a right set of collaborations. This is quite overwhelming for us to see the eminent of the society are keen to partner with us. We hope to leverage this opportunity to manifold and disrupt the market. The latest investment received further strengthens our confidence and brings a larger strength to the venture”.