By Accommodation Times News Services
New Delhi: Vatika Business Centre, the largest Indian Business Centre Company, opened its second centre in Bengaluru and 13th Business Centre in India. The company also announced its intention on going global with its first overseas branch to be opened in Colombo, Sri Lanka to be followed soon by presence in London, Singapore and Hong Kong and in is in quest to secure FDI for the same.
This is in line with Vatika Business Centre’s aggressive plans to operate 35 centres by 2020. It is on popular demand by corporates in Bengaluru and great business sense that the second branch has been started. The new Business Centre at Cessna Business Park, Outer Ring Road of Bengaluru covers 17,000sq. ft of prime commercial space and offers 200 seats in various combinations upto 25 seater suites, 4 meeting rooms besides a conference room. In addition, it will offer virtual office space packages, Meeting Rooms, HD Video Conferencing facilities, etc to its leasees.
Apart from Bengaluru, Vatika Business Centre provides premium serviced and virtual office business solutions across Gurgaon, Delhi, Noida, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai and Mumbai. These centres are readily furnished with premium fit-outs and ergonomically designed furniture. It is the cutting edge technology, flexibility to upsize or downsize besides affordable costing that has made Vatika Business Centre most sought after amongst office solution providers. An ISO 9001:2008 and TUV SUD certified center, it offers an ideal choice for fledgling companies to firmly establish themselves with instant, flexible and ready to use professional office spaces and a wide range of services to set up quickly. Some of the esteemed clients serviced by Vatika Business Centre are HBO, GE India, Ralph Lauren, The Hindu, The Economist, Renault, Air Asia, Plantronics, Carel, Softline, TripAdvisor and Akamai, etc.
Mr. Vineet Taing, President, Vatika Hotels, said “Vatika Business Centre will have an undoubted lead over any competition in terms of seating capacity and giving instant solutions. We are present in most Tier I cities and willing to open more centres in Indian cities as well as going global. We envisage opening 4 new business centres every year with plans to expand to Sri Lanka, London, Singapore and Hong Kong soon. We have grown at an exponential rate of 60 % last year with over 3 Lakh sqft now. We are open to all formats; opening business centres on owned/lease spaces or by signing management contracts. For the same, we are securing an investment of around 200 crores with the aim of touching an annual turnover of around 250 crores within 5 years.” He added, “We are also in the process of securing more capital through the FDI route.”
About Vatika Business Centre:
Vatika Business Centre is the leading Indian provider of fully furnished serviced office solutions, with ergonomically designed state-of-the-art workstations, fully equipped meeting rooms and the flexibility of the virtual office format. Vatika Business Centre offers customized business infrastructure to a varying sizes of companies, ranging from start-ups and SMEs to large multinational corporations.
Vatika Business Centre is prominently located in the key business hubs of 8 major Indian cities, with 13 centres spread across New Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune in over 3 lakh sq ft and 3000 seating opportunities. Vatika Business Centre enables businesses to operate out of prime business addresses, matches needs for meetings, trade events and conferences and provides the flexibility of listing in more than one city across the country through the Virtual Office club. The highly trained and well-groomed professional staff ensures environment conducive to productive business interactions and overall administrative infrastructure for day-to-day corporate dealings. VBC envisages opening 4 business centres every year and is keenly looking forward to its business centres to excel beyond the envisaged vision. Moving on this track, VBC shall reach its aim of having 35 centres at PAN India in another 5 years span with an investment of around 200 crores in this segment.