Best Coworking space in Goa
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Office Space in Goa
Goa is a coastal state in Western India. It happens to be India’s smallest state area-wise and the fourth smallest according to the population. Goa’s GDP per capita is two and half times that of the country, making it the highest in the country. The state is divided into two distinct districts i.e. North Goa and South Goa. The city of Panaji, also called Panjim, is the capital of the state and the headquarter of North Goa. Vasco Da Gama is Goa’s largest city. Goa was formerly a Portuguese province and Portuguese influence can still be seen in the historic city of Margao, which is the headquarters of South Goa. Goa attracts a lot of domestic as well as international tourist owing to its white sand beaches, nightlife and a wide variety of flora and fauna. Goa is also famous for its low-priced wine and other spirits, the result of a very low excise duty on alcohol. Goa has also been able to achieve 100% rural electricity.
Goa is renowned for its cultivation of coconuts and coconut palm trees can be easily seen all around the state. The government of Goa has reclassified the coconut trees as ‘palm trees’, this has made it easier for farmers are land developers to clear the land area with reduced restrictions. Goa has also been recognized as a biodiversity hotspot internationally. Coconuts, sugarcane, pineapples, cashew nuts, mango and banana are the main cash crops of the area. Rice is a staple food crop. Medicinal plants are abundantly available in Goa’s forests. Marine life comprising of crabs, shrimp, lobster, jellyfish, oysters and a huge variety of fish form the basis of the marine fishery in Goa. Goa is home to a large snake population. Many sanctuaries and National parks too come under the geographical area of Goa. 57% of Goas area is covered with forest and tree cover.
The Mormugao harbour in Goa is one of the best natural harbours in South Asia. It is situated at the mouth of the river Zuari. Goa's primary industry is that of tourism. Goa alone attracts 12% of tourists arriving in India. Goa sees an influx of foreign tourists in the winter season and tourists from in and around India head to Goa during the summer or monsoon season. Goa is also rich in minerals and ores and mining is the second largest economic industry in Goa. Limestone, silica, bauxite, manganese and iron are mined here.Sesa Goa and Dempo are leading players in the mining industry. illegal mining by some corporations is a matter of grave concern in Goa. Agriculture and fishing too, are important economic contributors and provide employment to a considerable portion of Goa’s population. Other small and medium-sized industries include companies that manufacture tyres, fertilizers, pesticides, footwear, pharmaceuticals, canning of fruits and fish and textiles and brewery products to name a few. There are a total of 16 Special Economic Zones operating in Goa currently.
Goa is a land of sea, sand and sun and gives the illusion that the people here are laid back and relaxed. This is not essentially true. Goa has a hardworking working and satisfied population. Start-ups and entrepreneurial ventures are making their way, and this has led to the easy availability of office spaces on rent, coworking spaces, business centres and shared office spaces. Individuals or organisations that are starting fresh or have limited resources at their disposal can easily make the best use of these. They get all the facilities of an office space like a private office, meeting rooms, training rooms, team cabins, a physical address etc. without having to take care of its maintenance. Coworking spaces or office spaces on rent can prove to be a big boon.
Here are some hotspots in Goa
The proximity of Mapusa to the beaches in Goa makes it an ideal location for tourists. Mapusa Friday Market is the main highlight of this area. It comes to life on Fridays as people from neighbouring towns come to sell their wares here. Local agricultural produce, plants, spices and even clothes are available here. The market caters to every requirement that is imaginable.
It is a North Goan town and it is famous for its beach. It attracts a lot of tourists during the Christmas and New Year time. A lot of water sports like water skiing and parasailing take place here.
This town in North Goa is famous for its trance parties that take place on the beach during October to April. Ajuna also hosts a famous flea market on Wednesdays with people from all over India and foreigners selling their wares here. It also hosts a night market on Saturdays.
Also called Panaji, is the capital city of Goa. It is one of the cities selected as a part of the Smart City Project. It houses all the prominent buildings of Goa like the Bombay High Court (Goa Bench), Passport office, All India Radio, Industrial Development Corporation Goa and Sports Authority of Goa to name a few.
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What are the best localities to set up an office in Goa?
Below table represents per seat price at coworking spaces at best localities in Goa:
|Top Localities||Desk Price per month|
|Coworking space in Verna||INR 5000|
|Coworking space in Panjim||INR 6000|
|Coworking space in Santa Inez||INR 5300 to 6500|
|Coworking space in Anjuna||INR 7000|