The startup ecosystem in Delhi is evolving by the day. With the growth of startups and entrepreneurship in the National capital, the number of enabler centres – incubators, accelerators, co-working spaces – is also rising. In the same spirit, entrepreneurs in Delhi have gotten a new co-working destination – Innov8.
It is located in Connaught Place in Central Delhi region, and is a product of Ritesh Malik, Founder of startup angel fund called Guerrilla Ventures and Sumit Ranka, CEO, Thinkpot. Spread in an area of 8000 square feet, the initiative aims to fuel ideation, innovation and creation of new products. Its ambition is to house 100 entrepreneurs and help them build impactful startups, in line with Make In India vision.
Besides providing working stations to startups, Innov8 also has Founders of a few mature startups to provide strategic mentorship to the entrepreneurs it will be housing. The membership starts at Rs 7,500 per seat.
Up till now 91Springboard, with its multiple branches in Delhi NCR region has been the biggest startup co-working space provider. 2014 founded Investopad also has its presence in both Delhi and Gurgaon. Additionally there are several other such centres like ‘The Studio’, Atrium Lounge, AltF, Moonlighting and so on offering workstations for startups in this area.