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  • Social Offline blends the best bits of work and play
  • Social Offline blends the best bits of work and play
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Social Offline: a second space for Indian ‘knowmads’

Social Offline, a co-working space and concept bar with venues in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, has become home to India’s growing community of freelancers and start-ups. How is this group shunning the traditional nine to five to usher in a new work culture in urban India?

Location India

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Social Offline, a collaborative space with venues in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore has hosted thousands of freelancers and start-ups since July 2014. [1] During the day it provides wireless connectivity, printers, stationery and conference rooms. Come evening, the space transforms into a bar with DJ sets and an extensive food and drinks menu.

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