CoWrks, today, announced the appointment of, Rajat Gupta as chief growth officer. Rajat joins the organisation with twenty-two years of extensive experience in the real estate industry. Prior to his role at CoWrks, he was MD for Advisory and Transaction Services at CBRE, where he was leading the Office Occupier Services vertical for India. With more than 25,000 members and 25 centres, CoWrks offers a collaborative working environment for large enterprises, SMEs, start-ups and freelancers. Gupta’s new innings with CoWrks will build on this position of strength while pursuing a clear vision for change and value creation. He will report to Abhishek Goenka, CEO of CoWrks.
Gupta will be responsible for the expansion and revenue functions of CoWrks for both India and overseas. He has been a valued asset and partner to a multitude of global blue-chip organizations, assisting them in charting their real estate strategy for India. His past clients include blue-chip companies from banking, management consulting, financial services and technology sectors. His transition into this critical role highlights a major trend amongst International Property Consultants (IPC), where top leaders are rapidly moving to the coworking industry to unleash its limitless possibilities.
Commenting on the development, Abhishek Goenka, CEO, CoWrks said, "Owing to Gupta’s vast experience and deep exposure spanning decades in real estate, he is well equipped to boost our growth and drive us to the next phase of expansion. We aim to build on his positioning and rapidly scale towards achieving multi-fold expansion in terms of members as well as centers. Together we look forward towards fast tracking our growth – both in India and globally.”
Rajat Gupta, chief growth officer, CoWrks said, “Coworking is the new driver in real estate and I’m excited to leverage my experience towards charting CoWrks’ unstoppable growth in existing and new markets. With an increasing number of large corporates opting for shared workspaces, it is an interesting phase for the industry.”