Spring House has opened doors to its newest co-working space in the ‘City of Nawabs’

Time to ‘Spring up’ Lucknow as Spring House Coworking launches its new space in the city – A community enabler with a more collaborative, innovative and state-of-the-art environment

Lucknow, February 13th, 2018: One of India’s most diverse community enablers, Spring House has opened doors to its newest co-working space in the ‘City of Nawabs’ in collaboration with Design Factory India. This is Spring House’s second successful association with this premier experience design firm, the first being in Noida.

Spring House has opened doors to its newest co-working space in the ‘City of Nawabs’

This coworking space is located in Gomti Nagar and comprises of 50 workstations. It offers amenities like high-speed internet, courier and printing services, housekeeping services, complimentary tea & coffee and access to conference rooms.

Sourabh Gupta, Founder of Design Factory India shares, “We are delighted to partner again with Spring House, one of India’s fastest growing network of co-working spaces. Spring House, Lucknow; is designed to complement the modern work force and portrays fine balance of well-designed layouts and essential features which will help Lucknowites manage their work with ease.”

As an integral part of their strategy to provide flexibility and choice around how people work, Spring House has expanded beyond NCR and entered a tier-2 city. Be it start-ups, SMEs, online professionals, freelancers or teams of large corporate houses; everyone can experience this preeminent one-stop ecosystem of the most connected professionals across various industries. After enabling communities across 9 locations with co-working spaces and business centres across Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida, Spring House is ready to launch in Lucknow. Their vision is to bridge the gap between entrepreneurs from Lucknow and the well-established startup ecosystem across Delhi NCR.

Speaking about the launch of the new workspace, Mukul Pasricha, Founder & CEO, Spring House said, “We are extremely dedicated to endorsing local growth. Once we started getting positive appreciation from tier-2 cities, it was indeed quintessential to make the move. We are currently one of the first few established co-working spaces that has opened in Lucknow with a fully managed centre. Lucknow has a large youth population and a community enabler like Spring House can motivate them to turn dreams into start-ups. We firmly believe that a tier-2 city is always just one startup away from putting them on the world map.”

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