| |August 20194NASSCOM reported that over 1,200 startups came-up in 2018, including eight unicorns, taking the total count to 7,200 startups. Meanwhile, many startups have also grown to become SMEs, meaning more headcount and increased work. This requires more workplaces, and startups cannot afford to invest all funds in just owning or renting an entire office. This has led to the huge demand for co-working spaces in India in the recent times. JLL reports that there are 350 operators operating 500 locations across India, majority of which have emerged in the past two years. Today, most of the co-working spaces are strategically located and offer more than just a space solution. From networking to reaching-out to potential investors and markets, from free snacks & stationaries to events, conferences and seminars, from mentors to even business partners, co-working is moving away from its traditional outlook. This is why it has been attracting big firms as well, which reflects in JLL's report which further stated that around 40-45 percent of the business opportunity for the segment in India lies with MNCs, as it has become a business solution rather than just a real estate alternative.Moving away from the tier-I cities, the co-working companies are majorly focusing on tier-II, III and IV cities, as more and more startups have emerged in these places in the recent times. Thanks to various government initiatives and large pool of available talent, cities like Ahmedabad, Bhubaneswar, Pune, Jaipur, Indore and others will leave a mark on the co-working map. Looking at this shift and the need of the market, CEO Insights brings to you `10 Best Co-Working Space Providers 2019'. The issue features some of the most well-known names from the industry to some of the most emerging names in the space whose commitment to services are second to none. Read to know more about them.Do let us know what you think! Anamika SahuManaging Editoreditor@ceoinsightsindia.comEditorialSmaller Cities to See Major Breakthroughs in Co-Working Sector Vol 02 · Issue 6 - 1 · August, 2019 Publisher Alok Chaturvedi Managing Editor Anamika Sahu Editorial Ananth.V Srrayvinya OLM Sujith Vasudevan Susila Govindaraj Group Art DirectorAshok KumarAdvertising Managers Amrit Singh Shivam AgarwalNoida Rohit Raghubanshi Garima Anandadvertise@ceoinsightsindia.comEditorial queries firstname.lastname@example.orgTo subscribeVisit www.ceoinsightsindia.com/magazine-in or send emailto email@example.comCover price is Rs.150 per issue.Editor Alok ChaturvediPrinted and Published By Alok Chaturvedi on behalf of BizprintMedia Technologies Pvt Ltd and Printed at Precision Fototype Services at Sri Sabari Shopping Complex, 24 Residency Road Bangalore-560025 and Published At No. 124, 2nd Floor, Surya Chambers, Old Airport Road, Murugeshpalya, Bangalore-560017.Copyright © 2019 BizprintMedia Technologies Pvt Ltd, All rights reserved. Repro-duction in whole or part of any text, photography or illustrations without written permission from the publisher is prohibited. The publisher assumes no responsi-bility for unsolicited manuscripts, photographs or illustrations. Views and opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the magazine and accord-ingly, no liability is assumed by the publisher. Design Manjunath S SivasankarVP - Sales & Marketing Virupakshi PattarCirculation Manager Magendran Perumalsiliconindia | | December 201733..ANDTAKE YOURBUSINESS TOTHE NEXTLEVEL !!Make it simple, get found byyour customers when they need you.!Visit: www.savit.in Call: +91 9699 477 488Dominate TheFirst Page Of ...
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