- Bengaluru, NCR and Mumbai, followed by Hyderabad and Chennai currently offer the best opportunities
- India is the world’s youngest start-up nation with >70% founders less than 35 years of age
Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants
India has emerged as one of the world’s most-preferred investment markets, thanks to its thriving economy, burgeoning start-up ecosystem, and its ever-deepening talent pool.
With businesses big and small continuing to grow and broaden their horizons, expensive real estate coupled with new-age professional’s desire to work in an aesthetically appealing environment has spurred demand for collaborative workspaces in India.
In fact, the new millennial workforce will accelerate this changing office dynamic further in the years to come.
As per statistics, millennials are set to form 50% of the global workforce by 2020 – and India is the youngest start-up nation in the world, with a rapidly-increasing millennial workforce.
This generation is ready to ditch conventional workspaces for more swanky, flexible and cost-effective office spaces that effortlessly embrace the latest technologies into their system. To meet this growing demand,