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Cool Work Hubs

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Social Offline: The lake facing urban cafe at Delhi’s Haus Khas Village is restaurateur Riyaaz Amlaani’s offering for the creatively inclined freelancer or solo worker. It’s hip and trendy and has some great food and drinks to fuel creativity or network over
 
Bombay Connect:Learn and grow is the promise of this collaborative workspace in Mumbai set up by Richard Alderson and Pooja Warier and where effervescent social entrepreneur Guncha Khare plays host. Film screenings, a ‘members only’ lunch called dabba chat and workshops bring the various users of this space together.

Moonlighting: “Walk in with a suitcase, walk out with a startup,” is the promise of this co-living space (yes, it has rooms to stay) set up in Delhi by peripatetic Brit Jacob Jay. Startup weekends where entrepreneurs can mingle with angel funders, and a resident frisky pup who forces co-workers to play ball make this a unique place.
 
91 Springboard: As flexible as they co me, you can get your kid to office at this plug and play co-working hub (Delhi and Gurgaon), as Aakriti Bhargava of Boring Brands often does. And it lives up to its name, helping startups scale up through incubation, networking and technical support.

Bangalore Alpha LAB: Tech meet-ups, mentoring, peer-to-peer learning and sharing as well as access to talent is what draws startups to this collaborative workspace in the Silicon city, set up by Ahimanikya Satyapathy of Bootstrap Bangalore fame.
 
(This story was published in BW | Businessworld Issue Dated 29-12-2014)  


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