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Workafella’s founder and Managing Director, Gurbinder Rattha credits its success to the lower real estate prices in OMR: “We can offer rates under ₹12,000 per seat, versus ₹13-14,000 in our offices in the city.” [Read More]

The nature of work and the way people approach it over the years have undergone drastic changes, it’s only fitting that the interior decor raises a toast to the times too. Chennai-based Workafella, that set shop in Hyderabad recently. [Read More]

Chennai: Former garment exporter turned developer Harinder Rattha is challenging WeWork to emerge as India’s largest co-working space operator as he hits the deal street to raise about $150 million at over $1 billion valuation. [Read More]

The city seems to have warmed up to the notion of co-working spaces in a big way, with new players making a foray into the business, which industry experts anticipate will overtake the traditional serviced office space by 2020. [Read More]



All in a Day's Work
With plush interiors, a plethora of services and round-the clock IT back-up, Workenstein, the latest entrant in the coworking space segment, is more than just a furnished office space. [Read More]

In the age of startups, gig economy, and side hustles, traditional offices are now complemented by co-working spaces that afford flexibility to tap into the ever-elusive work-life balance. No time for the gym in the morning? [Read More]

Chennai-based co-working space provider, Workafella, has set an aggressive expansion target. The company is planning to multiply its existing number of seats three-fold to 25,000 by March 2020. Workafella is owned by [Read More]

Bootstrapped co-working space provider Workafella is launching a new work space, its largest so far, in the city’s commercial centre, Teynampet later this month measuring 1.5 lakh square feet. The launch would take the [Read More]