Startups are the new trend where one can crack innovative ideas up both in online and offline. Startups are changing the current business scenario. Earlier the idea of opening a startup is a risky thing and now people understand the trend. However, employees across top MNCs are leaving their jobs and ready to work for startups. Today top graduates from all B-schools are interested to work with a startup. Here are some interesting trends that startups gave us:
Startup hostels: Usually startups work on tight budgets. Startup hostel is an idea initiated at Bangalore to provide best services to startups founders, offer accommodation with fellow community and that too at reasonable rates. This is the first kind of services to offer services with including comfort, budget and peer group networking. The founders hope that it will be replicated in other cities too.
Startup trips: IT industry body Nasscom is planning to take startups a trip to Israel. As Israel is one of the largest startups in the world. Hence Naascom predicts that the trip will bring great exposure to the Indian startups.
Co-working spaces: Co-working space is another trends running in startups. It is helpful to reduce office expenses. Startups found an intelligent and affordable solution to mitigate office expenses. Tier and Tier II cities also become the hubs of co-workings spaces. These are available with independent cubicles, to large open floors, meeting rooms, AC ventilation, wi-fi, tea and coffee services and video streaming facilities.
Overnight co-founders: Most successful startups are grown by an original idea. Once the idea of startup is successful they look for co-founders to run for their startups and the contribution can be on terms of money of effort or time.
Funding options for startups: Startups look for cash or self funding options to run the business. Banks including Bhartiya Mahila Bank (BMB), SBI, ICICI Bank and RBS too have shown interesting in funding the startups with specialized programmes.