University Living marks it’s business growth by raising its employee headcount to 200 by March 2020
New Delhi: On the heels of its phenomenal business performance, University Living, an innovative managed marketplace providing purpose-built student housing to international students at global universities has recently announced its plan to expand its employee base to 200 in the coming fiscal. In sync with this development, it will also shift to a new, 10,000 sq. feet office in Noida, Delhi-NCR, near the Okhla Bird Sanctuary Metro Station. Equipped with cutting-edge recreational and productivity-boosting facilities, the new-age office will fulfill all the requirements of the modern-day workforce while playing a key role in further accelerating the start-up’s growth journey.
“The new office will serve to revamp the current office culture,” Mr. Saurabh Arora, Founder and CEO, University Living commented. “The ultra-modern work stations will inspire and energize employees to optimize productivity in surroundings that feel like home. Our decision to move to a larger and superior workplace also falls in line with our aim of increasing the employee headcount to 200 in the coming fiscal. While the new office will fuel employee creativity, we realize that the best work is done in a stress-free environment. This is why we have focussed on designing a workplace that will offer recreational spaces where employees can enjoy well-deserved breaks and refuel their energy.”
The new office space will also feature a dedicated student experience zone. Here, those looking for accommodation can explore life-sized recreations of various room layouts. This will serve to provide a first-hand experience of the entire range of prospective accommodation types. Furthermore, employees at University Living will be able to avail of several special facilities at their new workplace. These include the option of unwinding in the snooze room or lounge after a long day as well as a pick-and-drop facility from the nearest subway station, among others.
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