Women have started spearheading several businesses in the country. They display power, perseverance and passion while running their businesses. Coworking industry also has several women – led spaces that are doing very well under their leadership. Keep reading to find this list of women led coworking spaces in India:
Monika Misra – Founder & General Manager, iKeva Business Centres & Coworking
Monika Misra comes with a diverse experience of 10 years in hospitality and real estate. She has worked in Taj Hotels, Tulip Star Hotels, Ramee Group and K Raheja Group before starting to lead iKeva Business Centres & Coworking in the year 2012.
Linkedin: Monika Misra
Ritika Bindal – CoFounder, One Internet Coworking
Ritika Bindal is the Co-founder at One Internet Coworking located in Connaught Place, Delhi along with her brother Himanshu Bindal. They have also co-founded One Co.Work which is a concept of Coworking in a Cafe/Bar. The brother-sister duo started One Internet in the year 2016 and haven’t looked backed since then.
Sukhada Chaudhary – Founder, Chaos Theory Coworking Nagpur
Sukhada Chaudhary founded a vibrant Coworking Space, Chaos Theory in Nagpur in the year 2016. Her Coworking Space is the ONLY Coworking Space in Nagpur. The coworking space encourages healthy startup culture in the city of Nagpur.
Linkedin: Sukhada Chaudhary
Himanshi Goyal – Co Founder, Wired Hub Coworking Jaipur
Himanshi Goyal started Wired Hub Coworking in the city of Jaipur during January 2016. According to her, “Wired Hub has been developed with a single minded aim of bringing together the startup ecosystem of the state of Rajasthan and develop the next hub for entrepreneurs, freelancers and startup influencers to brainstorm together and come up with amazing stuff”.
Linkedin: Himanshi Goyal
Archana Prasad – Co Founder, Jaaga Coworking Bangalore
Archana Prasad co-founded Jaaga Coworking in Bangalore in the year 2009 along with Freeman Murray. Archana is an artist from Bangalore. Her work is a particular conjunction of visual art, technology and urban community art, steeped in design and research methodologies. She is an artist-activist through her initiatives at Jaaga.
Linkedin: Archana Prasad
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