‘Smartworks India’ takes co-founder Harsh Binani on board
Smartswork India has yesterday revealed its expansion plan and announced the company’s leadership team is being augmented with its co-founder Harsh Binani, coming on board with Founder Neetish Sarda, to strive ahead towards its ambitious expansion goals. Neetish has a strong base in Real Estate as well as the required skill in identifying the right premises that would make for successful serviced office spaces to suit small and large corporates. Harsh comes to the company with a strong background in strategy and operations from having spent over five years at McKinsey& Co’s Chicago office.
Harsh Binani holds an MBA degree from Kellogg School of Management, USA and a graduate degree in Economics from Shri Ram College of Commerce. Neetish and Harsh are determined to make the company the largest network of new age, serviced offices in India indexing on customer experience, technology and community.
Explaining the thinking behind the company’s offering Harsh Binani, Co – Founder “Smartworks” said, “The core concept is to build an offering that is easy to set up, fully customizable and future ready. A critical aspect considered was to move beyond the mundane offerings of conventional business centres and co-working spaces, which tend to be a company’s choice only until it stands on its feet. The aim has always been to build completely serviced and customizable offices wherein a company could thrive on qualitative networking opportunities and expand itself while shaping the office as per its own culture and ecosystem in ‘Smartworks’ universe”.
Smartworks is the provider of bespoke serviced office spaces which aim to provide an unparalleled work experience to its members. The company made its pan India foray in April 2016 and has grown exponentially since then. Presently, the company has 10 centres across seven cities and targets to have at least 3 million square feet of serviced office space, spread across 15 centres in Tier-1 cities and over 15 centres in Tier-2 cities, over the next three years.