Noida-based consultancy startup Spaciya Advisors on Monday announced it has raised $500,000 in pre-Series A round from angel investor and serial entrepreneur Alok Garg. An IIT Roorkee and Thapar Institute alumnus, Alok has invested in many real estate startups in India. He will now be a strategic investor in Spaciya Advisors, and take up the role of Director – Operations. Spaciya said it will utilise the funding to expand to newer regions, build its brand through collaborative marketing, and make technological advancements. Commenting on the funding, Ajit Panda, Founder and
While searching for the right office space, you need to make sure it fits your particular requirements and budget without compromising on the quality and extent of the facilities provided. Make sure to adhere to the following points to land a deal that is best suited to your needs.
Looking for an office space while setting up a new business or expanding the current business can be highly taxing and frustrating if you are not aware of what you should keep an eye out for.
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Ajit Panda – 20 September 2019
The future of real estate lies in its amalgamation with service. Be it co-living or coworking, real estate consumption is dependent on the ecology a property can create for the dreams and hopes of bubbling creative young entrepreneurs or professionals – who will hire the space provided it helps them with an environment conducive to feed their growth.
Cost rationalisation and creative use of space together have created a win-win opportunity for people who have a need for real-estate space for office and residence on one hand
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Non-resident Indians (NRI) in recent years have been one of the most prominent segments of investors venturing into the Indian real estate realm. Aided by new investor-friendly economic reforms, NRIs have gained unprecedented confidence in the opportunities for investments that home has on offer.
Recent developments in the global economy, like a hostile international paradigm for immigration in the developed nations, civil unrest in the Middle-East, and in contrast, domestic stability coupled with augmentation in civil and social infrastructure is fuelling a homecoming trend for NRIs.Over the last 5 Years and