Hacker Space co-working Space has been launched in Noida (India)

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Hacker Space is a co-working space which has been launched in Noida with the aim to provide a quality space for all types of start-ups. Hacker Space is a modern co-working space built on the ethos of cooperation, collaboration, and community.

According to the Hacker space: It is a perfect blend of quality space, modern designs, and pocket-friendly property that suits startups millennial is welcoming the start-ups to grab this amazing opportunity. At the verge of Start-up India (an initiative by government of India), Abhishek Kumar Gupta, enabler of Start-up Delhi and Amit Shekhar, founder of Mindorcks & Hacker Space 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 and facilities.

Hacker Space co-working Space has been launched in Noida

Currently, Hacker Space has 3 private cabins out of which 2 have a seating capacity of 8 members and 1 with the seating capacity of 2 members only. It has 1 conference room with seating capacity for 15 people at a time. As of now, HackerSpace has 6 full-time employees who are helping to establish a friendly environment at work.

Hacker Space is 50% occupied with clients like Pink villa, Legal Salah, Uppskill Education, MAD Influence, Thailandwale, etc. Abhishek Kumar Gupta, CEO & Partner, Hacker Space, 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 Hacker Space 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, Hacker Space, 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.”

HackerSpace has plans to build 5 more similar centers by 2020 in 5 cities across India.

Rajkumar Mauryahttps://www.how2shout.com
Rajkumar Maurya is the H2S Media tech expert. He’s always been passionate about technology and has been writing on the subject since 2014. He has extensive knowledge of all kinds of technology, from consumer-tech to enterprise solutions. You can contact the author at-- raj@how2shout.com

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