Ashish Gupta, Director of SERENIA co-working spaces points out that in the last decade, the contours of ‘urban India’ have changed and blotted outside its well-known ‘metro’ cities. Businesses have opened their eyes to the fact that there is more to India than Delhi and Mumbai! According to a report by Boston Consulting Group (BCG), the population in tier II-IV will increase 4.5 times by 2025, while their spending on FMCG will be around 104bn USD by the same year.
He further explained that these days startups are emerging from cities such as Jaipur, Bhubaneswar, Pune and Ahmedabad. “This is largely due to the availability of talent, state government initiatives, local investor confidence and infrastructure support. As the definition of the quintessential Indian metro evolves, startups are rapidly embracing these smaller cities over the bigger metros,” he said.
Senior Correspondent, Entrepreneur India
The popularity and the need of the co working spaces booming rapidly specially among the new generation entrepreneurs, consultants, freelancers and corporate organizations and to keeping this in mi…
The popularity and the need of the co working spaces booming rapidly specially among the new generation entrepreneurs, consultants, freelancers and corporate organizations and to keeping this in mind Ashish Gupta, Director of InLiving, has come up with the campus co-working spaces- SERENIA. Located in Sector 127, Noida, IHDP is within easy reach from Delhi as well as from the other residential and commercial districts in NCR. The location is home to leaders in the IT/ ITES industry and other multinationals in the National Capital Region. With abundant greenery, light and open areas integrated in the architecture, the complex boasts multiple eco-friendly features
Serenia’s design and programming let one focus solely on ones core activities, leaving the rest to a dedicated team of professionals who look after the administrative, F&B and infrastructural needs.
This Diwali, follow traditional principle of sustainability and bring back the concept of reinvent, recycle and refurbish.
Reinvent, recycle and refurbish things for Diwali instead of going to shop for home decor for the festive season, suggest experts who feel people must think about long-term impact on surroundings and the environment.
Ashish Gupta, Founder, Inliving and Serenia co-working spaces, said: This Diwali, let us the emulate traditional principle of sustainability and bring back the concept of reinvent, recycle and refurbish. This system has been usurped by mindless consumerism, whereby we reach out convenient options and forget the long-term impact on surroundings and environment. There is no need to go shopping for the home decor during Diwali. There are several do-it-yourself ideas and you will be surprised that your house is full of interesting stuff. Some of the ideas are using earthen lamps as they do not leave carbon footprint behind and for a brighter look and appeal, you can paint them with eco-friendly colours. These can be used beautifully on side boards, corners or balconies.
November 7, 2018