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April 21, 2015


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Steve King

Congratulations on the opening of your space and I'm sorry we missed it during our visit. It looks great and I like your location.

That Mumbai is "sometimes overwhelming" is one of the bigger understatements I've read recently. The city is completely overwhelming!

But Mumbai's also exciting and fun. Having a quiet haven to work is almost a requirement.


Oops, you missed us! Since a few months we have the awesome 'Ministry of New' coworking space in Santacruz as well, near Khar subway.

Beautifully designed by Dutch designer and founder/owner Marlies Bloemendaal, it's a quiet and clean haven in this sometimes overwhelming city. With spacious desks, Italian coffee, fresh mint tea... and a whole bunch of international entrepreneurs who fill the 1400 sqft space.

Membership cost only 591 INR per day, incl. fast internet, coffee, tea, printer, ... everything.
Do check it out on FB (ministryofnew) or www.ministryofnew.in you'll love it... See you next time :-)

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