Coliving has taken wings in the US and Europe. Startup Retreats is well known now and Entrepreneurs are increasingly back-packing to remote locations to work/network.
Coworking spaces are the new CCD/Starbucks for Startups
The sharing economy in India is doing wonders with the likes of Nestaway, Furlenco, ZoomCar and RentalStartup, RentalKart, RentalMojo, etc.
Do you think India is ready for the new urban living concept Co-living?
- Are there startups doing this already?
- Are millennials ready for this?
Plug: I'm helping a similar startup. Here's a survey they ran a few days ago, looking for more responses before publishing results: bit.ly/startups-living
Coliving is a form of homesharing in which individuals live together with other likeminded people, particularly for workers on temporary assignment away from home.
Community living (or "coliving") is often the ideal housing situation for travelers because it allows them to meet new people and become connected with interesting and likeminded individuals as soon as they arrive in a new city. It also allows for increased freedom and flexibility by providing weekly or monthly leases, reliable internet, coworking space, and global meeting points to create new friendships and business contacts while traveling from location to location.