Brad Neuberg, the guy who created the first ever coworking space in 2005 states “co-working space” as “a workspace that combines the freedom of working for yourself with the community and creativity of a traditional job”.
In simple words, co-working companies are attractive space available for people who work-from-home, entrepreneurs, freelancers, or people who travel frequently. Co-working spaces offer amenities, networking, mentoring and an idea of non-hierarchical work distribution among other services.
One such co-working space is Workly; located in Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi and Nariman Point, Mumbai.
With 2200 sq. ft. area and occupancy for 60 people, Workly also offers high speed internet, conference rooms with LED projection, printer, scanner, courier service, CCTV cameras, biometric system for attendance, basic storage space and also tea & coffee. They’ve got it all!
Besides, the space can also be used for social gathering of a group of people who are interested in the synergy that can happen from working with people who value working in the same place with each other. Also, with a wide variety of people from all different sorts of industries and fields, if there’s some part of your business that you’re having trouble with and need help on, the person next to you might have the solution.
Dedicated Workstation – Rs 8,999 per person/per month
Team Cabin – Rs 11,999 per person/per month
Flexible Desk (100 hours) – Rs 6,999 month
Weekly – Rs 3,999/week
Day Pass – Rs 499/day
Virtual Office – Rs 3,999/month
Conference Room (8 people) – Rs 750/hr
For more information, click here.
So head on over guys, because it’s more than just space, it’s a community of support.