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1.WeWork Strengthens Position in India with Expansion into Hyde

After successfully reimagining the concept of workspaces in five key markets in India - Bengaluru, Mumbai, Gurgaon, Noida and Pune, WeWork has launched its first collaborative workspace in Hyderabad


2.Embassy Services offers services to transform the traditional office landscape

Embassy Services directly handles the client so that they can customise services to meet client expectations.


3.Building Flexibly for Working Flexibility

With about 200 co-working operators running an estimated 400+ facilities across India, and flexible workspaces expected to rise to about 10 million sq ft by 2020, business is booming.


4.Large players with large co-working spaces

India’s five major co-working players have 8.5 million sq ft operational space


5.Investment plans of large co-working players

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


6.Getting the RoI right while creating co-working spaces

How do co-working players ensure the desired return on investment? Find out!


7.WeWork launches two additional locations to further accelerate its growth in Mumbai and Bengaluru

WeWork – the platform for creators that provides the space, community and services to help people make a life, not just a living – is celebrating its growth trajectory by launching WeWork Hebbal in Bengaluru and WeWork Vikhroli in Mumbai.


8.9th CII Realty Conclave 2017 – JLL India releases two research reports

In its capacity as Knowledge Partner for this prestigious annual event, international property consultancy JLL India unveiled two incisive research reports at the 9th CII India Realty & Infrastructure Conclave 2017 held in Mumbai.


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