A self-confessed tech geek, Sudeep Singh is on a mission to develop a mature ecosystem of entrepreneurship, by breaking the barrier of information, technology, access, and investment.
Sudeep Singh’s core expertise is centered around devising lucrative business strategies, juggling with numbers, and sharp business acumen. His addiction to the world of technology made him spearhead the business development vertical for a top-notch IT firm on Wall Street in New York and magnified the business to more than 200 percent year-on-year, before eventually closing a successful sell-off deal of the venture to a private firm.
In 2014, he set up a growth platform for startups in India via Startup Grind – an independent startup community founded in Silicon Valley. His aim was four-pronged – helping startups start, survive, sustain, and scale. As the Country Director – APAC for Startup Grind, Sudeep’s target is to grow this community to 500,000 entrepreneurs over the next three years.
Sudeep Singh writes on the shared economy or coworking industry on LinkedIn and different media portals, including YourStory.
Earlier in February 2019, he predicted that the future of coworking in India will be shaped by consolidations and buyouts. Then, in July 2019, SoftBank-backed hospitality unicorn OYO Hotels and Homes announced the acquisition of the Delhi-NCR-based Innov8 for Rs 220 crore and made its entry into the coworking space.
According to Sudeep, as Tier II and III cities grow more in prominence, both in terms of talent acquisition and market opportunities, coworking spaces are expected to serve as a popular way of operation establishment in these areas.