In an attempt to support  its 10,000 startups programme, NASSCOM has partnered with Government of Haryana to set-up a 16-acre warehouse in Gurgaon.

In 2013, Nasscom launched its first warehouse in Bangalore followed by its second warehouse in Kolkata. Also, May 2015 saw organisation’s strategic partnership with Government of Maharashtra to open a startup warehouse in Navi Mumbai and Pune.

Nasscom tweeted about the opening of warehouse in Gurgaon:

Startup Warehouse is a premium co-working space introduced by 10000 Startups in August 2013. It  incubates startups from a diverse range of verticals. The space is the ultimate place for entrepreneurs to learn, work, and accelerate their companies.

At the warehouse, you get a number of facilities, including a 10 Mbps broadband leased line, quality infrastructure with AC, chair, tables, tea/coffee, logistics etc. Moreover, warehouse  is visited frequently by 10,000 Startups mentor and investor network to provide one-on-one mentorship to the startups based at the warehouses.

These warehouses can be leased by startups for six months at a nominal cost. Its seat allocation is an ongoing process with a limited a capacity of 70 seats. Presently, it occupies 20 startups. Usually, 1 startup is allowed to take a maximum of only 5 seats. Working space is offered to the Startup for the first 6 months of their operations.

Many high quality start-ups have operated/ are operating from the start-up warehouse at Bangalore. To name some, Bookpad, TookiTaki, Parallelo, Epoise are in the list.


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