WeWork’s shared office spaces in Bengaluru are a valuable new destination for its world-renowned entrepreneurial community. This vibrant, energetic city is a cultural and economic hub for all of India. The fact that it’s among the most populous cities in the world, and the third-most popular hub for high-net-worth individuals means you’re bound to make a connection that can change your horizons. Find plenty of inspiration for your company’s future at WeWork. Bengaluru is India’s IT and tech capital (known as the Silicon Valley of India), a place where industry leaders like Google, Microsoft, IBM and Dell flock to tap into the wealth of talent in one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. More importantly, it’s where seasoned tech gurus and young cyber upstarts alike come together to build the ideas that disrupt the status quo. WeWork is their workspace.
Enclosed space with 24/7 access to WeWork’s shared conference rooms, premium amenities, and conseriege.
Premium space with private meeting rooms, lounges, and executive offices, and access to shared amenities and workspace.
Totally private office space with your own enterance, branding, and amenities. Configured to meet your needs.
Best for teams of 50-500.
Get a dedicated or hot desk with premium amenities, from client-ready conference rooms to on-site support.
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