This is the third location for Vorq Space and the new space can house additional 90 members.
Mumbai based co-working space start-up Vorq Space has launched its new centre at Kala Ghoda, Mumbai.
The newly constructed office comes equipped with Vorq Spaces’ symbolic features like workshop rooms, meeting and conference spaces along with breakout and discussion areas. With the location being pet-friendly and child friendly, flexible working hours, easy-to-commute work locations and the availability of high-quality services such as the internet, administration, etc. at economical and affordable prices are the key features that Vorq Space aims to incorporate.
Commenting on the occasion, Akshit Mehta, Founder-Vorq Space added
‘There is a huge potential in South Mumbai market as the overall market research states that in the recent months, numbers of home-grown start-ups and entrepreneurs from South Mumbai has exponentially increased. The exponential growth of Co-Working Spaces in Mumbai means that the world is adapting to changes in the way of work. Vorq Space is extremely excited to venture into Kala Goda, which currently is in need of such work setups, considering the increasing numbers of entrepreneurs from such areas and localities’.
‘This is the age of entrepreneurs and freelancers. Individuals with an active imagination are reimagining the world. While they do that, we at Vorq Space, are reimagining their workspaces. Vorq Space is here to create co-working spaces designed to bring together diverse ideas, skills, people under one roof. Giving them the flexibility they need while they go in pursuit of their dreams. Thus creating a unique work space that becomes a versatile ground for creativity and collaboration’ added Mr. Mehta.
Co-working is a movement that is not only teaching people to work together but to think, interact and create together. It is laying down principles on how people would interact with each other, embalming a sense of community as well as shared economy. This movement is about to grow larger as we move from an industrial economy to a knowledge based one. Over the next few years, the sector will see an increasing demand for coworking spaces from larger businesses, as corporate occupiers embrace a more dynamic coworking culture or shorter and lower-risk leases.