Apeejay Surrendra Group Leases 20K Sq Ft From DLF to Open Co-Working Centre at Gurgaon
Apeejay Surrendra group today said it has taken on lease 20,000 sq ft area in Gurugram from realty major DLF group where it opened the new co-working center with 330-seating capacity.
Now, the company has two centers each in Kolkata, Pune, Gurugram and one each in Hyderabad, Mumbai, Vashi, and Chennai, he added.
With the opening of this new center, the total capacity has reached 2,100 seats.
Mandal did not share the revenue numbers from these centers.
"Our brand, known for twenty years for its service and hospitality, will offer fluid co-working space, bespoke work cabin, meeting rooms, serviced offices, a virtual office, and breakout areas," the company said.
Priti Paul, Director Apeejay Surrendra Group, announced a special scheme for women entrepreneurs.
"The ABC for Women At Work scheme will tailor-make each ABC to becoming a women and family friendly collaborative co-working and serviced office space," Paul added.
To start with all Apeejay Business Centres will offer a 15 Days rent free private space for all women entrepreneurs among other benefits.
The majority of centers are located on commercial properties developed by Apeejay Real Estate.
Blue Chip corporates like Lenovo, Amazon, Motorola, Kotak Mahindra Bank, BOI AXA, Vistara, Abu Dhabi Commercial bank, Fuji Electric, OLX India Pvt Limited, Edelman, Nord Drive Systems, Wills Towers Watson India Insurance Brokers, Jotun India are amongst its clients which have used ABCs pan India for the last two decades.
It provides fully furnished plug and plays workspaces in prime city center spots, equipped with state-of-the-art technology, connectivity, and communications.
Established in 1910, Apeejay Surrendra Group employs over 43,000 people in operations such as tea, hospitality, shipping, real estate and retail. It has diversified into new business initiatives, marine cluster, logistics and knowledge parks.
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