Who moved my office? Some popular co-working spaces in India
Co-working spaces are a sign of the times. Catering to the ever-changing workspace requirements of professionals, businesspeople and the now-ubiquitous startup, commercial workspaces are adapting fast and offering more than just flexible rents and free coffee
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It looks charming enough to evoke visions of a laid-back and leafy Bengaluru, with cane chairs and hammocks. Dialogues Café was started by four friends who came together after quitting their jobs in different parts of the world in 2016. “The café was born out of a personal need,” says co-founder Ankit Gupta, as they found most co-working spaces too formal and cramped. “We took ideas from cafés and co-working spaces and combined them.” You are charged for the time you spend at the café, while F&B, Wi-Fi and board games are free. “We believe everyone is an entrepreneur, so why limit you to a dedicated seat?” says Gupta.