Physical Social Network, Tagtalk Partners with Yuvraj Singh Backed Creator’s Gurukul to Venture into On-demand Workspaces

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Creator’s Gurukul had earlier also opened a unique Co-Gaming zone at it co-working space in association with AMD.

Physical social network, Tagtalk has announced its partnership with Creator’s Gurukul, the tech based shared space provider supported by a marquee list of global investors and promoted by Cricketing icon Yuvraj Singh to expand the co-working model to on-demand workspaces which will enable the New Age workforce to get location based, rent free, curated offices as easily as booking a cab or rooms a la uber and AirBnB.

Tagtalk which has successfully build hyper-local networking ecosystem based on IoT, is already immensely popular and viral in 300+ top pubs and cafes of Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore, which have connected thousands of online influencers to physical spaces through their modern media digital network. Their hyper-local app is soon to hit the market.

It was announced, during the partnership celebration event attended by who’s of the startup ecosystem, digital influencers, International Investors, Corporate Honchos, Media houses etc including representatives from Nasscom, Games 24×7, Venture Garage, JPIN, NDSWA, that with this partnership they aim to launch 1000+ Co-Cafes across the world by next year.

“The Nature of Work has changed dramatically and so has the nature of linksters and millenials driven workforce and hence the nature of Workplace has to evolve as well with changing times. When in Today’s world Roti, Kapda and Makaan are available at the tap of a button, Dukaan (office) should be too and the answer to that is Creator’s Cafe. The Co-cafes would enable the founders and creators of tomorrow to access a workplace without having to go office-hunting to the commercial hubs of the metros and instead they just have to select their location and the type of office they want and voila they can seamlessly book their on demand workspace from a bouquet of options. They also get access to the entire startup ecosystem and peripheral services via Creator’s Gurukul making it an end to end all encompassing experience for them,“ said Abhinav Tandon, founder and co-creator at Creator’s Gurukul.

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“The founder of tomorrow is not bound by the time-consuming formalities that an office space demands. Building an office goes beyond physical spaces, it is more about design, tech assisted seamless experience, quality service and an inspiring atmosphere. They want to be connected to every facility, which helps them economize their time, money and effort to focus on the actual work that truly matters. Co-cafes would help them to do just that. They can work by day and relax by the night at their closest Co-Cafe. This can disrupt the sector and unlock the under/unmonestised spaces for startups, field forces, and employees on move,” said Saurabh Pathak, Co-founder and CEO, Creator’s Cafe.

Gautam Bhirani founder and CEO, Tagtalk added, “Tagtalk has made this investment with an aim to create more value for the entire ecosystem, our partner restaurants, creators & brands who can now target dual audience on our network. Now with double the firepower, Tagtalk looks to expand its wings across another ecosystem in the premium F&B social network. This presents an unprecedented opportunity for brands to reach the right audience, the working professionals and consumers with disposable income for leisure, all in a curated captive attention digital environment.”

Creator’s Gurukul had earlier also opened a unique Co-Gaming zone at it co-working space in association with AMD. Farm house style ecofriendly and India Inspired co-working space in Gurgaon is already a go-to work and gaming station for some of the best minds of the start-up world.

Source: BW Disrupt

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