My Place Coworking plans to launch multiple world-class centers in tier 1 and tier 2 cities pan India of more than two lac sq ft area, Vinayak Nath- Founder and CEO, said.
NEW DELHI, Apr 2 (The CONNECT) - My Place Coworking (MPC), which has achieved a 112% occupancy at its Gurugram centre, plans to go on an aggressive expansion, pan India.
While the total capacity of the Gurugram center is 550 seats, the facility has seen 623 seats getting occupied, combining day and night shifts, Vinayak Nath- Founder and CEO, My Place Coworking, said.
The Gurugram center is the second coworking space by MPC, after Lucknow center which is at 82 percent occupancy.
The brand eyes at launching multiple world-class centers in tier 1 and tier 2 cities pan India of more than two lac sq ft area, he said.
The coworking plans at MPC start at INR 2,999 per person per month. The center is spread over an area of 2,5000 sqft., split in 5 floors and a terrace. In addition to the coworking facilities like - 24 Hrs. access, fast internet, print/scan/photocopy, conference/meeting room, networking with founders, professional and social events, mentor connect, etc., MPC also offers additional support for members like- mail and package handling, data security, investor connect, and others.
The space houses over 25 clients and witnesses a B2B to B2C ratio of 88 to 12.
Founded in May 2019 is India’s first integrated coworking space that allows businesses and individuals to work out of well-equipped workspaces that are designed to offer a world-class experience. The uniqueness of the brand lies in two things – first the concept of integrated workspace that multiply the productivity for the person. Secondly, the brand aims at focusing on tier 2 regions of Bharat in order to support the budding entrepreneurs in the areas that were neglected so far.