News: WeWork adds new office spaces in Mumbai and Bengaluru

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WeWork adds new office spaces in Mumbai and Bengaluru

The company is offering a community bar, dedicated offices, unique conference rooms and a wellness/meditation room.
WeWork adds new office spaces in Mumbai and Bengaluru

Space, community and services platform WeWork has announced the opening of its fifth location, in Mumbai earlier this month, and unveiled its sixth location, Salarpuria Magnificia, in Bengaluru today.

To consolidate its presence in India, WeWork is experiencing rapid growth with new locations. The company is offering a community bar, dedicated offices, unique conference rooms and a wellness/meditation room. With the location being pet-friendly, it also boasts an energizing game room, outdoor areas and easy access to the Tin Factory bus stop that ensures daily hassle-free commute.

Karan Virwani, CWeO, WeWork India, said, “Keeping in mind the growth and expansion of new business hubs in Mumbai and Bengaluru, these locations were a natural fit and choice for our new spaces. We put our heart and soul into launching a new location based on the thorough analysis research of the locality, and surrounding neighborhood to provide a close-knit community experience for our members. We hope to fulfill the demands of our community members with the launch of these new spaces. We are confident of fulfilling the greater demands of our community members.”

The company is seeing constant shifts as well as growth in demand for workspaces industry, and the workforce doesn’t want to spend their time working in silos but are seeking greater interaction and collaboration. They want to work out of spaces that inspire them and help them connect and network with people. 

 

 

Topics: Corporate, Outsourcing

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