WeWork claims its members directly contribute Rs 6,635 Cr to GDP of top Indian cities
3 May 2019 5:59 AM GMT
The report, which also covered women in leadership roles, suggests that 41 percent of senior roles like executives, senior managers, and sole proprietors were held by women in Mumbai.
- Coworking space giant WeWork, in its recently published Global Impact Report, has suggested that flexible workspaces have a positive impact on communities, companies, and neighbourhoods.
- So much so, in Bengaluru, one in every four WeWork member visits neighborhood restaurants, cafes, and businesses regularly, contributing to Rs 1,957 crore of the GDP in the city.
- It said, the WeWork economy also directly contributed Rs 1,692 crore of GDP in Mumbai.
- Delhi, however, won the race with WeWork economy contributing Rs 2,986 crore of GDP.Women in lead