Vatika Business Centre creates experiences in workspaces

Vatika Business Centre creates experiences in workspaces

Wednesday November 26, 2014,

3 min Read

This article is sponsored by Vatika Business Centre

A decade ago, every company needed to have a physical presence with an office front and an online presence was optional. Fast forward to present, a startup must have an online presence to be taken seriously, while an official office front is optional, with many companies starting out of homes and scaling up the infrastructure based only on need.


Investing in an office space in most cases is not necessary and in the eyes of most startups, a luxury that they cannot afford. That capital could be easily spent on building their product or hiring talent.

But sometimes, the lack of physical office space pinches. For instance, if there is an important meeting or a sensitive conversation and the local coffee shop is just not private enough. Not just start-ups, many medium sized enterprises, which need to conduct meetings in other cities, may also find it hard to rent a venue, just for a day or a few hours.

To address this problem, Vatika group, which has interests in real estate and hospitality set up the Vatika Business Centre, which offers ready-to-use professional office spaces to match consumers’ business needs.

Vatika Business Centre provides quality serviced and virtual office business solutions. They offer fully equipped private spaces to meeting rooms with video conferencing, high speed internet, 24*7 security, IT service & support and services of reception & pantry to the clients.


Founded in 1988, the Vatika Group is a leading real estate and hospitality organization. It’s properties include Vatika Hotels, a diversified organization with interests in Business Centres, Enviro (Facilities Management), Hotels & Resorts (Westin), Vatika Medicare (Wellness & Diagnostic centre) and Restaurants (Coriander Leaf & 56 Ristorante Italiano).

Some of their clients include HBO, GE India Industrial Pvt. Ltd, Ralph Lauren, The Hindu, The Economist, Renault, Air Asia, Plantronics, Carel, Softline, TripAdvisor and Akamai.

VBC has customized plans to cater to startups, home based businesses, small/ medium sized businesses and even multinationals based on their specific needs.

They currently have spaces in Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Gurgaon, Pune and Noida.


Expansion plans

Vatika Business Centre has recently launched three new centres in New Delhi, Hyderabad & Noida with plans to expand to Kolkata, Nagpur, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad and Sri Lanka soon. VBC is present in all Tier I cities and is willing to open more centres in Tier II cities. They envisage opening six business centres every year with plans to expand internationally as well.

Take a virtual tour of their different outlets to get a better idea of what is on offer.

For any queries, you can reach out to them through 1800-3000-3773 or email [email protected]