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Garage City opens up shop in India
Hong Kong-based coworking operator Garage Society announced their first location in Cybercity, Gurgaon. The 19,000 square foot space has a 300 person seating capacity catering to modern corporations, startups and freelancers.
The facility offers hot desks and private offices to suit all work types. Elain Tsung, founder and CEO, said that the company is eager to start operations in India and hopes to “offer a thriving environment to startups, innovative entrepreneurs and modern corporates so that they benefit from our flexible working ecosystem and 360-degree support system.”
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Garage City gives businesses support by providing administrative assistance, concierge, recruitment support, community building activities, events and workshops.
Prashant Garg, Country Manager of Garage Society, said that the company is excited to launch in Cybercity as the area is home to many Fortune 500 companies.
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