New Delhi is a capital of India and also happens to be the second most populous city in the country with a population of over 11 million people. The city is also ranked as one of the most productive metro areas in India and is home to 18 billionaires and 23,000 millionaires. Seeing this it comes as no surprise that Delhi roofs the most number of startups.
Being the capital city, Delhi is a great place to start business since it is the hub for all sectors. The city is filled with all kinds of businesses and entrepreneurs. It is a great place to network and mingle with professionals from your field. Although Delhi is the perfect place to set up business and everything is easily available, it is not the cheapest city in terms of renting a private office. With the rising population and inflation, hiring your own office can get difficult, but luckily Delhi has coworking spaces at every nook and corner of the city. Based on your preference and size you can easily find a shared office space.
Delhi has emerged as the top destination for migrant workers joining India’s tech-enabled gig economy, pushing startup capital Bengaluru to a distant second spot. In gig-economies companies employ independent workers for short-term projects or engagements. Gig economies have been working well for startups and the reason why they are suited together so well is that companies end up saving on save resources in terms of benefits like provident fund, paid leave and office space.
In this digital age where one can access information with a click of a button from any corner of the world and the worker need not sit at a fixed location-the job can be done from anywhere. This also turns out to be a great boon for employers as they can select the best talent available for a project without being bound by geography.
Today’s millennial generation does not have the same business principles as their parents. Everyone is always on the move. Impermanence suits new businesses like that permanence suited businesses in the 80s. Young entrepreneurs are always looking for a way to expand, whether it is growing through cities or travelling across the world. This is the reason why the practice of shared office spaces has grown so tremendously. Professionals require working space for a short span of.
Delhi is host to a number of freelancers and business people who visit the city for a short period of time for official purposes. The wide range of shared office spaces available for hire makes doing business much more comfortable. Coworking spaces offer services such as comfortable seating, high-speed WiFi, refreshments, conference rooms, important office appliances such as printers, postal and delivery services and office staff for extra assistance (peons).
All coworking spaces have great ergonomics and are designed to promote productivity. Spacious, well lit rooms are one of the few things that you will be sure to find in collaborative working areas. If you are a visitor for only a few days, working out of a coworking space will be the most efficient option as you could also end up making a lot of connections and contacts in the same place. Travelers too can benefit immensely from these spaces.
Delhi is quite a big and busy city, it could be confusing to find your way across the city if you are new, coworking spaces can be of great help. The managing staff and other networks you build will be more than happy to guide you through the ways of the city. Choosing a space that is in the main parts of the city is great idea s you can get a chance to look around and explore in your free time or work breaks.
With an ever growing local start-up ecosystem and an extensive network of entrepreneurs, Delhi is definitely among the top ranks of popular destinations for young professionals in India. Delhi also benefits from a high level of government support, making conditions extremely favourable towards business, encouraging new businesses and entrepreneurial ventures.
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