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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Since moving on from his career in the hospitality sector, Sudeip Nair had been mulling over a question: What should the live entertainment ecosphere be like?
Established venues in most big cities are booked for years by established artistes, leaving newcomers and experimental performers struggling to get a toehold. This led to Nair to create space in a converted bungalow, “with an open courtyard and two terraces”, that supports performances, a recording studio, a co-working space for collaborative startups and a café.
Focusing on live performances, The Hive hosted 700 events in 2016—a record according to Allevents.in, an event aggregator.
For co-workers, it offers basic utilities such as Wi-Fi, beverages, meeting rooms and event spaces.