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Savior of the crisis - Golden moments, Golden stories and Golden Clients of Golden Square


A co-working space is definitely trending in the current times. We all want to skip the hassles of running a full-time office and remain in our own comforts. But is that all what a co-working space do? Well, Golden Square is more than just a co-working space. They are the saviors in crisis. One such recent chaotic happening was the cyclone in Tamil Nadu. Disys India Pvt Ltd was a victim of this natural calamity. They suffered the loss of workspace and time; were unable to progress further due to the conditions back at Tamil Nadu. But found help when they laid their hopes in Golden Square’s serviced office spaces. “Thanks for the services provided during the emergency situation that lasted during 13th-16th Dec 2016. Our team was able to deliver as expected by the clients without any SLA miss. All this was possible only because of the dedication that Golden Square showed, in fact, they began work at around 3 AM as we approached them. We highly appreciate you for taking our last minute request. Looking for a long association,” says Ms. Supriya of Disys India Pvt Ltd.

We at Golden Square see it as a fantastic opportunity to providing help and assistance when our members face any such situations, our team is trained to react quickly and effectively to all such business needs in times of crisis or emergencies. The different office spaces that we offer is precisely designed keeping in mind the varied challenges faced by teams when it comes to workspaces. We do provide a fully loaded office space, with support and services.

Be it our snap office, virtual office, branch office or the dedicated office, we are here to help your team experience Joy at Work with the best fully functional office space at your time and convenience.

Contact us to know more at www.goldensquare.in

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