Hyderabad-based startup iKeva today said that it has launched a 175-seat co-working space in Gurugram and a 165-seater in Mumbai. The company plans to add 50 to 80 such centres in the country in the next 3-4 years, it said. The hyper-local co-workspaces and flexible leases firm already has such centres in Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Chennai. The company started its operations in 2013 in Hyderabad and grew its footprint to 1,200 seats and over 70,000 sq ft.
It now has six centres across five cities and over 4,000 members, iKeva said. "iKeva plans to grow to 50-80 centres in the next 3-4 years," it said. Besides private offices, dedicated desks, shared work spaces, meeting rooms, breakout rooms and networking spaces, iKeva member benefits include an array of discounts and tools, the startup added.
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