Co-working Start-ups to the Rescue

Nandini Mukherjee, Managing EditorAs the digital age advances and occupiers' requirements evolve, use of flexible office space is becoming more popular. The demand certainly has expanded to include not only small companies' occupiers but also large companies looking for additional space on a temporary basis and other occupiers with special space demands.

Co-working is centred on creating space which supports collaboration,openness, knowledge sharing, innovation, and the user
experience. Demand for co-working space has been driven by the growth of creative and tech industries as well as the changing nature of work. Mobile technologies and personal devices have made working remotely from a variety of locations much easier. While this has fuelled the growth in home working, companies and their employees increasingly see the value of being part of a collaborative environment something which is at the core of co-working.

Over the recent years, several startups have collectively helped create a novel form of business. These growing numbers of startups are utilising co-working models to tap into innovative ideas, technology and to create a positive atmosphere for creative thinking and access to new ideas, approaches, or technologies.

Our current edition of startupcity magazine has featured such "10 Best Co-Working Startups - 2019", well known for catering to workspace needs of organizations. These startups are known to foster creativity and communication and have become the go-to options for initiating and developing new ideas.