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August 02, 2016


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Thanks for the stats Steve. Interesting growth profile but good to put it in perspective. I've recently set up in a co-working space and I think its a little like when you decide to buy a red car, you then see red cars everywhere!
Interestingly since starting in the co-working space, I now hang out less in coffee shops...


I absolutely love to see how this is going to shape up. In India, I can see a lot of of big players entering the playfield. In India, there are players who are here more than a decade like Evoma Business Center etc.,

Steve King

Not sure what you mean. Most of the data is in the charts or in the article. What specifically are you looking for?


Where can we get the data behind the chart in this article? Is the 2106 Coworking Forecast available? Where can I find it? Thanks!

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