Hackerspace, the newest co-working space property in Noida, has opened on August 2018. What sets this co-working space apart from others is that HackerSpace is inspired by the power of community where every individual brings uniqueness to make it even better and colorful.
HackerSpace is a modern co-working space built on the ethos of cooperation, collaboration, and community. Brought to fruition by Abhishek Kumar Gupta, an enabler of Start-up Delhi and Amit Shekhar, founder of Mindorcks, HackerSpace has come to Noida, to strengthen the start-up ecosystem, bringing together a network of different and like-minded people to share a common working infrastructure.
The co-working space brings to its clients, best infrastructural facilities set in the finest of the interiors at very competitive prices. It also provides a virtual office option for entrepreneurs where they will share a mailing address or sometimes communication facility without any dedicated space.
The centre, located at Sector 2, though officially launched in August, is already 50% occupied with clients like Pinkvilla, Legal Salah, Uppskill Education, MAD Influence, Thailandwale, anchoring their teams at HackerSpace.
On kick-starting, this venture, Abhishek Kumar Gupta, CEO & Partner, HackerSapce, said “HackerSpace is a collaborative effort to strengthen the start-up ecosystem with the combined efforts of using social media platform for awareness or to get things done faster and helping community to find a job, talent, partner matching etc. We have launched HackerSpace with a mission to empower the tech community, make collaboration and networking easier among the members. Hacker Space wants to be a playground for our budding and established techies.”
Amit Shekhar, COO & Partner, HackerSpace, said “We look beyond what many corporate offices around the world are doing, like simply building open design spaces without integrating a co-working culture. Our corporate co-working strategy framework helps clients determine how to best leverage the dynamic co-working model for their specific business and industry.”
The two partners have plans to build 5 more similar centers by 2020 in 5 cities across India.