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91springboard Unveil Its Largest Co-working Hub In Pune

With an area of 50,000+ sq ft & a capacity to seat over 1,100 members, the coworking space promises to give a massive fillip to the co-working & entrepreneurship ecosystem of the city

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91springboard has launched a new co-working hub in Pune, taking its total presence in India to nine cities. The co-working space is the community’s largest co-working space yet at a massive 50,000+ sq ft of area and a capacity to seat over 1,100 members.

Located in the well-connected neighbourhood of Yerwada, the new hub is located in a prime area opposite Golf Course Road and offers easy accessibility to all key locations and business centres of Pune. The new co-working space has good connectivity with the Pune airport, railway station and the Pune University. 

91springboard has already created almost 1500+ impressions on entrepreneurs, working professionals, students and others within the ecosystem in Pune. It has partnered with prestigious organizations such as NASSCOM, Pune Open Coffee Club, Pune Push starters and many more for organizing several mentorship events. 

Anand Vemuri, Co-Founder and CEO, 91springboard said, “It gives us great joy to announce the launch of our largest hub yet in the vibrant city of Pune, that too in its newest attraction of Creaticity Campus. We aim to create a strong, happy and well-connected network of professionals, businesses and start-ups to encourage a free flow of resources, opportunities and ideas that will holistically strengthen the business fabric of the city. Our vision behind the entry into the ecosystem of Pune is to bolster the support system for budding entrepreneurs through partnerships, by creating a strong local network of mentors, as well as by giving the Pune ecosystem access to our pan-India network of business leaders and experts.”

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