For start-ups, small business and even freelancers the idea of an affordable yet flexible office space with services thrown in is a good reason for more than 1.2 million people to join the wagon of the Co-working phenomenon by this year end.
Co-working has grown so big that now it’s coming in different flavours, co-living anyone, women only co-working, sector specific co-working centres. Even the hotels which are sitting pretty on idle assets are now succumbing to its lure.
If co-working, in its varied avatars, is increasingly a rite of passage for the start-ups and entrepreneurs, the question arises: What next after co-working?
For the entrepreneurs who have seen their companies evolve from teams of two to teams of 10 and beyond, they fac...