Bringing Indian digital communities and startup ecosystems together

The Coworking India Conference is the major event organized on topic of coworking in India, is to take place in Delhi, on September 9th and 10th. Among some of India’s best innovation community enablers will be a part of the Coworking India conference 2016 program such as One Internet and more.

Coworking India will be a unique opportunity to openly address all topics related to the coworking model, its value system and its role and importance on creating a thriving ecosystem of startups and digital communities.

 It will be a 2 day event dedicated to storytelling, discussions, sharing of best practices, cocreation workshops, peer to peer learning, brainstorming new ideas and, of course, the chance to build up and collaborate on new exciting projects.

Coworking to support the development of the startup and digital freelancers’ nation With an estimated 15 million freelancers operating within the country, India is second only to the United States in regards to the amount of active independent workers worldwide, making it the perfect environment to let a new coworking industry blossom.

An estimated half a million people working in coworking spaces is spread out amongst more than 7,800 locations worldwide. In India only, hundreds of established coworking spaces are in operation. The number is growing rapidly, making it the perfect time for the leaders of the Indian coworking movement to gather and amplify the conversation.

Coworking spaces are playing a vital role to support the development of the Startup Nation that India is now, as they structure communities of local entrepreneurs locally. All of these factors combined directly contribute to the growth of businesses, particularly in areas which are still in their development stages.

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