WeWork GDP Impact Highest in Delhi
Collaborative spaces – led by global giant WeWork’s expansion in India – are having a real impact on the concept of workspaces and therefore the economy. A new report assessing economic impact has outlined interesting insights that point to India’s work-life moving in a new direction.
Flexible Workspaces Have a Positive Impact on Communities, Companies, Neighbourhoods and the Planet, Report Shows. WeWork GDP Impact Highest in Delhi at INR 3,049 Cr followed by Bangalore (INR 2,002 Cr) and Mumbai (INR 1,737 Cr)
Mumbai leads in terms of women in leadership roles with 41%, followed by Delhi at 29% and Bangalore at 26% in comparison to 23% of those roles held by women in Asia
WeWork Economy Contributes a Total of INR 6,788 Cr of GDP across Delhi-NCR, Mumbai and Bangalore
Karan Virwani, Co CWeO, WeWork India says, “WeWork as a community enables its members to collaborate with each other, which has led to the creation of efficiencies in terms of increased creativity, productivity at the workplace and innovation. This process has effects that go far beyond individual considerations as it also sparks the development and support of local communities, neighborhoods and businesses, a culture that we as an organisation look to actively imbibe, encourage and promote. This is true for WeWork across countries around the world and in India.”