Springboard Solutions, which owns and operates coworking solutions provider 91springboard, has reopened 12 of its 27 office spaces across the country.
These offices are situated in Delhi NCR, Gurugram, Noida, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Goa, as per a statement.
The company will reopen the rest based on government advisories, and its own assessment of health and safety, the New Delhi headquartered company said.
“Keeping in line with the government directive, we will now be open from 8 am to 6 pm instead of our usual 24*7 operations. All our spaces have been sanitised and deep-cleaned thoroughly. In addition to that, we have provisioned for contactless thermal screening, strong social distancing protocols (and) hourly sanitising of all surfaces,” CEO Anand Vemuri said.
Founded in 2012 by IIT Delhi graduate Pranay Gupta, Cornwell alumnus Varun Chawla and Stanford graduate Vemuri, 91Springboard provides coworking spaces, a community for startups, arranges networking events and provides mentorship and investments as well.
It competes with companies such as BHIVE, myHQ, InstaOffice, Wotta Workspace, Awfis, WeWork, and Innov8 in the space.
In March, 91springboard tweaked customer agreements to offer customers extra free days to work out of its facilities in lieu of lost days on account of Covid-19.
It also launched an initiative, called Startups vs Covid19, to offer a repository of resources for Indian startups fighting against the global pandemic.