Mar 15, 2018
Over the last few years, the MNCs which has been operating in India as well as entering the country to…
Monika Misra, founder and General Manager of iKeva, which has set up co-working spaces in Chennai, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Gurgaon as well, says “When compared to cities like Gurgaon and Mumbai, where the demand for and supply of co-working spaces is very high, the demand in Hyderabad can be termed promising. The two co-working spaces that we run in Hyderabad both have vacancy rates under 5 per cent. Many are seen now opting for these flexible working stations as they are more hassle-free, given the absence of longer leases and lock-in periods. Co-working spaces are hence more cost-effective.
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