DTGO India Head Explains Co-Working’s Rise in Times of India

24 Jun 2022Corporate

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Ms. “Amy” Chulamas Jitpatima, Country Director - International Business, India of DTGO, outlines how co-working is transforming offices in The Times of India, the country’s largest English-language newspaper.
23 June 2022, Delhi – Ms. “Amy” Chulamas Jitpatima, Country Director - International Business, India of DTGO, outlines how co-working is transforming offices in The Times of India, the country’s largest English-language newspaper.

Co-working offers agility and tech-led innovation, opening opportunities to boost productivity, collaboration, flexibility while cutting costs, she explains in the opinion piece.

MQDC, the property developer within DTGO, opened the Whizdom Club innovation hub and co-working space in Delhi’s fashionable Greater Kailash II district in 2019.

Whizdom Club India is now a base for 15 businesses, including corporations, SMEs, and startups, alongside professionals, freelancers, startupreneurs, and students.

The club combines office space with areas to relax like Whiz Terrace and Whiz Kid. Members meet and collaborate at the VC Room, Whiz LIVE, and Board Room. Whiz Café serves healthy gourmet dishes.

The market for co-working spaces is set to double in the next 5 years, Ms. Jitpatima explains in the article.

“Co-working spaces offer not only a highly efficient and high-quality experience but are redefining the office space, leading the future of workspaces,” she writes.

Co-working will drive the adoption of technology to link physical and virtual workspaces, supporting “work anytime, work anywhere” corporate culture.

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