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Founded 📆
Founder 👔Rishi Das (Co-founder), Meghna Agarwal (Co-founder)[1]
Headquarters 🏙️Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Rishi Das (Co-founder), Meghna Agarwal (Co-founder), Deepak Dadhich (Senior Vice President)
Number of employees
📇 Address
📞 telephone

IndiQube is a tech-enabled, integrated, flexible workspace startup in India, that started in 2015. It is headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka.[5] IndiQube has been ranked in Financial Times' list of high-growth companies in the Asia-Pacific region.[6][7]

IndiQube has provided workspace solutions to some of the prominent companies like Myntra,[8] Philips, Hitachi, Tata Digital Limited,[9] Allegis, Eli Lilly, Mahindra Logistics, Standard Chartered, Unacademy, UpGrad, Ola, CARS24 etc.[5][10]

IndiQube uses its app MiQube for creating a smart building experience for companies.[11]


IndiQube was founded in 2015 by entrepreneurs Rishi Das,[12][13] and Meghna Agarwal[14] with a single property in Bangalore.[1][4] Both the Co-founders started IndiQube with a desire to provide end to end workspace solutions for companies by leveraging technology. The company is spread across all major cities in India.[15][16][17]

IndiQube has raised a total of $45 Mn from WestBridge Capital, angel investor Ashish Gupta and IndiQube’s promoters.[18][19]

Awards and Accolades[edit]

  • Real Estate Start-up of the Year Award, 2022[20]
  • Top 50 startups of the year, 2019 by Entrepreneur India[21]
  • Best Co-Working space of the Year, 2022[22]
  • Ranked 142 in Financial times' 500 of the Asia-Pacific region’s high-growth companies[6]
  • Ranked 32 in the growth champions list of The Economic Times and Statista[23]


  1. 1.0 1.1 MATTA, ANUBHUTI. "Is coworking built to survive the socially-distanced world?". Retrieved 24 June 2021.
  2. Khan, Sobia. "IndiQube signs up 30,000 sq. ft workspace in Guindy".
  3. Babar, Kailash. "IndiQube sets up 1.5-lakh-sq-ft coworking center in Pune's Yerwada". Retrieved 19 Oct 2021.
  4. 4.0 4.1 V, NARAYANAN. "IndiQube eyes major expansion in Coimbatore and other Tier 2 towns in Tamil Nadu". Retrieved 6 June 2022.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Nandy, Madhurima. "IndiQube raises $30 million from promoters, WestBridge Capital". Retrieved 6 April 2022.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Bell, Amy. "FT ranking: Asia-Pacific High-Growth Companies 2022". Retrieved 17 March 2022.
  7. Khan, Sobia. "Ocean Lifespaces leases one lakh sq ft office space to IndiQube in Chennai". The Economic Times.
  8. Das, Avik. "Myntra leases office space from IndiQube". Retrieved 24 Jan 2020.
  9. Nandy, Madhurima. "Tata Digital picks up nearly 200 seats in IndiQube Orion's shared working space".
  10. Khan, Sobia. "upGrad leases 1,000 seats from IndiQube in Bengaluru, Hyderabad". Retrieved 17 November 2021.
  11. Nandy, Madhurima. "What's the future of office space?". Retrieved 8 June 2021.
  12. ""Nine Inspirational Business Leaders who have changed the corporate Game"". Outlook. 21 June 2022.
  14. "CLASS OF 2021".
  15. Khan, Sobia. "IndiQube eyes expansion in small cities, six key metros". The Economic Times.
  16. Nandy, Madhurima (23 March 2022). "Flex office provider IndiQube plans to enter 15 tier 2 cities in two years". mint.
  17. V, NARAYANAN (8 September 2021). "IndiQube plans to add 30,000 seats across key metros, foray into tier 2 cities". The Hindu Businessline.
  18. Khan, Sobia. "IndiQube raises USD 30 million to help finance the next phase of expansion". Retrieved 6 April 2022.
  19. Inc42, Team. "CoWorking Space Provider IndiQube Raises $15 Mn From WestBridge Capital, Others". Retrieved 18 June 2018.
  21. Kaushal, Bhavya. "50 Start-ups to Look Out for in 2019!".
  22. "AWARD WINNERS - 2022".
  23. "India's Growth Champions return to the spotlight". Retrieved 17 March 2022.

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