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1.Investment plans of large co-working players

India’s five major players alone plan to add another 7 million sq ft by 2020

2.Cost-effective technologies in planning co-working spaces

Co-working providers are building workspaces in just three months. Here’s how!

3.Building flexibly for working flexibility

All you need to know about design and build trends for co-working spaces in India

4.We aim to double our footprint in India by 2020.

IWG Plc entered India in 2004, and since then, the company has built an unparalleled network of offices, co-working and meeting spaces across the country.


The 17th edition of Roof India, held from June 7-9, 2018, at the Chennai Trade Centre, is a dedicated expo for roofing and allied products, organised by International Trade and Exhibitions India -part of the ITE Group PLC UK

6.The Sri Lankan market is on the radar of big Indian companies! Here's why!

Several Indian companies have planned investments in Sri Lanka in the coming years. According to data from the High Commission of Sri Lanka in India, some big Indian companies operating in the Sri Lankan market include CEAT, Gujarat Glass, Indian Oil Corporation, Neelkamal Plastics, Gujarat Ambuja, Bharti Airtel, National Thermal Power Corporation, Welcome Hotels, Larsen & Toubro, Carin India, and Mphasis, among others

7.Velankani and STMicroelectronics collaborate on smart meters for ‘Make in India’ programme

Velankani Electronics (VEPL), an electronics manufacturing enterprise that focuses on the design and manufacture of products that qualify under the Indian Government-led Make in India programme, has collaborated with STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, in the design and development of Velankani’s Prysm smart meters for the India market.

8.What would Rs 1,000 crore IPO mean to Pune-based BVG India

Pune-based facility management company BVG India is in the initial stages of planning its IPO offering and is in the process of hiring bankers. As reported, the company is laying plans to raise up to Rs 1,000 crore with other modalities being worked out.

9.Honeywell looks at new business lines, SMEs for India expansion

Honeywell Automation India (HAIL) is looking to create a new class of consumers by offering cost-effective technologies to SMEs spread across the country's mofussil towns and cities.

10.IoT market worth $724.2 billion by 2023

The global Internet of Things (IoT) market is primarily driven by the advancement in technology of electronic devices, according to research report “Global Internet of Things (IoT) Market Outlook 2023”.