GoWork, the world’s largest co-working space, goes operational in Gurgaon
GoWork, the world’s largest co-collaborative co-working ecosystem, recently opened its two campuses in Gurgaon for the first time. Build with an investment of INR 800 crore, the two campuses of GoWork, located 100m apart, are situated over a massive area of 4.5 lakh sqft and 3.5 lakh sqft respectively and is expected to house about 12000 people in a whole. These are the world’s largest co-working spaces.
Commenting on the initiation of operations, Chief Evangelist at GoWork Sudeep Singh said, “The start-up environment is on an overdrive in India currently and we at GoWork believe this is the right time to introduce the world’s biggest co-working space here. Keeping in mind the need of entrepreneurs, we have built our space with the best technological support, offered in the industry today. Being Asia’s first Collaborative campus to have internet speeds up to 1 GHZ. Our prime focus is to support business profitability for our clients and while we have a focus segment catering to start-ups, entrepreneurs and majorly SMEs, our spaces are adaptive to the needs of businesses operating at any scale and across domains.“
GoWork is a holistic operational destination that provides a business with an opportunity to save at least 10-15% of the expenditure to be incurred on real estate and technological expenses. GoWork’s campuses incorporates unique elements such as meditation and frustration zones, gym, spa, gaming arcade etc. to cater to the needs of every stakeholder ranging from entrepreneurs, SMEs or corporates. The campuses are LEED certified along with Platinum Rated Green Building certification.