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ABL Enablers is a program started with the vision of creating an ecosystem for start up, first generation entrepreneurs, idea preneurs to connect with the right mentors of the industry so that they can create a path to scale their business models to the next level. Startups are provided with all necessary business support Our incubators can help your business evolve. Then you will learn step-by-step how to build your own business.

    Highlights Of Program
  • Fund Early Stage Startups
  • Mentor Support For Scaling
  • Business Model Re Shaping
  • Provide resources for all levels
  • Create metrics and KPIs for your start up with our Mentors
  • Step By Step guide for compliances, trademarks, Patents
  • Office space for all start ups with very nominal cost

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ABL Workspaces
Jan 06, 2022
Best coworking space in Noida
Guess what? We have a fabulous alternative for you, and that’s a Co-working space in Noida.­ So! What are really Co-working spaces? Co-working spaces in provide businesses, independent contractors, and other workers a space to get there job done.  Co-working spaces have transformed the way the modern workers interact with the business world. It is a global shift towards more lively and elastic working. Businesses all over the world have realized the benefits and opportunities that come with these types of practices.  Co-working not only offers socialization, networking scenario, and general human interaction. And guess what? We have a fantastic 3 Co-working spaces available in Noida recognized as ABL workspaces ABL came into existence in 2017. It started with a team of 5 members which has now grown to a team of 80 employees. We have relentlessly been working towards providing professionals with hassle-free workspaces. ABL Co-working space is a premium experience with an entire comfort experience altogether. ABL came into existence in 2017 with its first space in Green Park, Delhi. It started with a team of 5 members which has now grown to a team of 80 employees. In a span of just 4 years, ABL is home to 80% established corporate and 20% start-ups along with freelancers in 8 locations all over Delhi/NCR. As soon as you enter ABL you can smell the tempting coffee which is one of the in-house amenities. Then is the premium infrastructure which provides you comfort beyond limits. To make the comfort productive, ABL has high-speed Wi-Fi. This doesn’t end here! ABL is improving their amenities and its quality at its best each year. Hop in with us and explore this and a lot more. Our website – www.ablworkspaces.com Why choose us: Allows employees to work remotely in professional surroundings. Unlimited amenities Improves networking opportunities. Zero-maintenance involved, in facility upkeep. Pay-as-you-go and membership offer flexibility to professionals. Valet Parking. High-speed Wi-Fi. On house coffee.
ABL Workspaces
Jul 14, 2021
5 Effective ways to be successful HR
A.     Learning to Be More Empathetic An HR can learn empathy through patience, practice and persistence with following measures: - Actively listen more than you speak: - An empathetic person listens first and only speaks after hearing what the other person is saying. Express perspective: - After you've heard what the other person has to say, share how you think you'd feel in the same situation. Don't make assumptions: - Assumptions interfere with your ability to empathize. To be truly empathetic you have to let go of preconceived notions that are not based on true understanding or experience. Take time to listen and don't rush to judgment. Use imagination: - It’s impossible to have experienced in every situation that others share with you. So, you need to use your imagination to better understand how the other person is feeling. B.    Organizational effectiveness Organizational effectiveness is an approach for improving the performance of an organization and its employees through planned interventions. Such interventions may focus on team performance, employee development, operational efficiency, organization structure, and productivity. C.     Maintain the Passion HR Professional represents the rules and needs of the organization. When you rediscover the passion, you will overcome that flaw. Your own drive will inspire people you are trying to recruit as well current employees of the organization. D.    Prioritise quality over quantity Whether it is about recruitment or retention, HR must always prioritise quality over quantity. HR must ensure that the work is genuine and authentic. So, throughout the process HR should be able to maintain consistency by prioritising quality over quantity. E.     Impartial & Objective An HR must be able to remain neutral. When dealing with a work incident or employee issue, you must be able to be objective and impartial. Your personal opinion does not count—these types of decisions must be based solely on the facts presented. This is especially important when negative scenarios come up, and you have to come up with positive resolutions. The good news is that you will get better at this with time and experience.
ABL Workspaces
Aug 11, 2021
4 Ways to Have Effective Meeting to Crack a Business Deal
Meetings are very important as they are meant to boost productivity and efficiency between the employees to keep them productive and attentive during office hours. Love them or hate them, you can’t completely eliminate meetings. So, it’s important to make them as useful and constructive as possible. When everyone is on the same page it makes the most challenging task can be also completed. Too many meetings destroy morale and motivation. In reality, we find ourselves stuck at unproductive meetings, week after week. The average executive spends 18 hours a week at meetings. Almost half of all attendees say that meetings are the number one time-waster at work not only can meetings be a waste of time, but if not planned efficiently, they’re actually a waste of money, too. Did you know that Jeff Bezos has something called the 2 Pizza rule? One of his pet peeves is groupthink, so he always ensures that meetings are kept small enough for everyone to contribute. Are there more people than two pizzas could feed? That’s too many. So, at ABL WORKSPACE PVT. LTD we’re all about time management, and we put a lot of effort into having small effective meetings. Following are the 5 ways we follow to utilize most of the time. 1. Be Prepared- The key to successful meetings is management and make sure everybody receives the agenda for the meetings & they are prepared for it.  2. Don’t Lose Focus - At every meeting, there seems to be that one person who tends to go off track and telling stories not connected to the discussed topic in any way. So, at ABL WORKSPACES we try in meeting everyone has a clear focus, it’s much easier to set concrete action steps and follow up. So that if you got to the end of the meeting without having actionable next steps, the meeting should be considered wasted time so we prefer to keep it short and keep everyone engaged in a meeting.  3. Stop Multitasking - Multitasking is connected to our modern life where we want our work to finish as soon as possible. A study shows it makes us less effective, increases stress, and costs the global economy an estimated $450 billion every year. More frighteningly, Harvard Business Review reports that multitasking leads to a 40% drop in productivity and a loss of 10 IQ points… equivalent to pulling an all-nighter. 4. Have patience - Not many business people are patient. In fact, a lot of them are used to rushing negotiations in the hopes of winning more. Believe it or not, patience can go a very long way too. Being calm, flexible and relaxed has a lot of advantages. Patience can also be a devastating weapon for your opponents. They might lose their temper, thus giving you the upper hand to make a sensible decision. Cracking a good business deal is not impossible as long as you’re prepared to deal with unexpected situations. Enter a meeting armed with information and have the courage to speak up. Ask for what you want and find a way to build a connection with the parties involved in order to reach an agreement and end the meeting with a good bargain.
ABL Workspaces
Aug 12, 2021
Why pets make you more productive?
 “If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath”. I personally love this quote as we get stressed by our day-to-day work however there is always a way out and stress buster. Dogs & Cats they are the full source of energy they give you positive energy in form of happiness, contentment, excitement, love, and these sources produce a slower, a longer form of sustainable energy when compared to the quick burst that negative energy provides. So at my workspace in ABL Workspaces we have Billo the Bob White Cat & who is energetic every time & a big attention seeker. He’s always ready for a treat and in return he will give u fist bomb & then we have Muji “HANDSOME BOY” he’s fun to be around he loves getting pat on his head and some belly rubs. He always changes the mood of a person at work by just walking into the room and he is a powerhouse of energy in the office for the employees and always ready to play. So employees who take their pets to work are less likely to be stressed out but not everybody has the freedom to take them to work if you have your pets at work you often enjoy their jobs more and have a higher overall degree of professional satisfaction. This reduces absenteeism and can improve productivity at work. Staffs that are happier in their positions are likely to put forth greater efforts and be less likely to leave the organization, which can translate to increased earnings for a company. Bringing your dog to work with you can reduce your perceived stress levels as the day progresses and research on stress management has shown that employees who feel good are more productive. Pets can improve the moods of the humans around them due to their unconditional love and pleasant temperaments which they give in return. We also have to keep in mind, pets can get stressed when their surroundings or routines change, and it may take a while for both you and your pup to settle into a new working-with-your-dog lifestyle. Evidence suggests that interacting with a dog reduces your perceived stress levels throughout the day, which in turn can lead to increased productivity. As offices shut down across the country, many people are now working from home alongside their four-legged companions. If you don't have a pet of your own, researcher and author Jessica Myrick recommends watching a funny cat or dog video — this can produce a 'feel-good' mood boost similar to the real thing. Pets in the office? Believe it or not, it might actually be a doggone good idea for employee happiness and productivity. Go tell your boss!
ABL Workspaces
Aug 17, 2021
Women Empowerment Like Never Before…
I suppose everyone around us is familiar with these two words WOMEN EMPOWERMENT. As you see a lot of concerned feminists talking about their rights, their freedom, and their equality with the other men, their constant agony of seeing themselves working together with the men shoulder to shoulder, or trying their utmost best in attaining a respectable position in the society. A society where only men are considered the future leaders. This is what we define as women's empowerment. But why, why is it that only men could be the leaders and not the women, why does this gender bias take place and only target women. Why we are always considered less than all men and why do not men have to go through all of this, I'll tell you why it's because men are considered as the privileged ones in our society. This patriarchal society only wishes or happens to worship men over women in every aspect. This is why we need to empower women so that we can make them a considerable part of society. Although over these years, the importance of women's empowerment has really been prevalent among us. But, there are still certain parts of our country where women have not attained this sort of freedom that many of us do have today. The women are still asked to stay within the four walls and have to face misogyny. The women are still struggling in this era where we see a lot of other women taking a stand for themselves. I feel so pity about the wives who are shut down by their cruel husbands every time when they stand for themselves or the mother who isn't respected by their own children or even the sister who has to face gender inequality or the girls who are considered as a burden on their parent's shoulder till the time they get married. Women can be empowered in various ways. It can be done through government schemes as well as on an individual basis. At the individual level, we should start respecting women and start giving them opportunities equal to men. We should promote and encourage them to take up jobs, higher education, business activities, etc. The Government has come up with various schemes such as Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Yojana, Mahila-E-Haat, Mahila Shakti Kendra, Working Women Hostel, Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, etc. to empower women. Apart from these schemes, we as individuals can also empower women by abolishing social evils like the dowry system, child marriage. These small steps will change the situation of women in society and make them feel empowered My main purpose in talking about it is to make you all aware of the hardships that they face as the list will go on and on. To everyone reading this or listening to it I really want you to come forward and take an initiative in raising the status of women in our society. As they are the strongest of all and we have the caliber of leading such successful lives as men do. The fact that you can do much better should not be mistaken. At last, I would like to say that you deserve more than a respectable position in society. We are more than just a mother or a sister or a wife. From carrying a baby in her womb for nine months to menstruating since teenage. We are such warriors that you would ever know about. Just know that we are the strongest human species and our lives will neither start nor end within the perimeter of the house.
Nitika Jagrit
Nov 20, 2021
Best Co-working space in Delhi
For millions of professionals across the world, the term “co-working spaces” has become identical with a new and modern way of working. It’s no shocker, knowing that the industry grew 30% between the year 2013 and 2018. Co-work spaces are now being accepted around the globe as well as in India. Delhi is known to be the hub of the business and their offices. In which the idea of Co-working spaces is flourishing and have some Best co-working around. In the top 10 co-working spaces in Delhi arrives the Premium and absolute price loving Co workspace that is ‘ABL workspace’. Which has endless possibilities in the terms of socialization, networking scenario, and general human interaction. And guess what? We have a fantastic Co-working space available in the city itself recognized as ABL workspaces ABL came into existence in 2017. It started with a team of 5 members which has now grown to a team of 80 employees. We have relentlessly been working towards providing professionals with hassle-free workspaces. In a span of just 2 years, ABL is home to 80% established corporate and 20% start-ups. Which gives a premium experience and our only mission is to make the workspace not just a place to create but a place to recreate. A place where our community members become a family with a goal to grow, expand and rule. What makes ABL different? · We provide limitless amenities. · Covid-19 precautions at its best. · We are in partners with the top renowned brands. · Have a comfortable and peaceful surrounding to work in. · We have quick and easy paperwork to be committed with us. · We have amazing ice-breaking activities in the center to maintain healthy work-life balance.
ABL Workspaces
Nov 20, 2021
Amenities in co-working space in Delhi NCR
It’s all about investing in resources that eliminate grating from employees. In other words, the best workplace amenities are the ones your employees hardly even notice – and ideally won’t remember. When setting up ones co-working space, one wants to make sure that you include the suitable co-working amenities. Remember that 92 % of co-workers are satisfied with the space they use, and providing the right amenities can ensure your members are part of that mainstream. The amenities that nobody even notices are the comfort! The comfort of surroundings, The comfort of communication, The comfort of Hygiene, & the comfort of being you! ABL Co-working space is a premium experience with an entire comfort experience altogether. ABL came into existence in 2017 with its first space in Green Park, Delhi. It started with a team of 5 members which has now grown to a team of 80 employees. In a span of just 4 years, ABL is home to 80% established corporate and 20% start-ups along with freelancers in 8 locations all over Delhi/NCR. As soon as you enter ABL you can smell the tempting coffee which is one of the in-house amenities. Then is the premium infrastructure which provides you comfort beyond limits. To make the comfort productive. ABL has high-speed wifi and backup wifi as well. This doesn’t end here! ABL is improving their amenities at its best each year. Hop in with us and explore this and a lot more. A place where our community members become a family with a goal to grow, expand and rule.

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ABL Workspaces
Jun 02, 2018
Winning Stroke: Interview with Akshita Gupta, Cofounder, ABL Workspaces
“If you want to build a successful business, make sure you have three things—a big market opportunity, great people, and more than enough capital.” 1) If not in the current Profession , You would be ? Ans: I would still be an entrepreneur, may be the category would have been different. I would have probably nurtured my first project - Probiotic Drink  2) One tune you always hum? Ans: I'm Alive - Céline Dion 3) One Book to read when you want to motivate yourselves ? Ans: The Road Ahead- written by Bill Gates together with Nathan Myhrvold and Peter Rinearson  4) One Dialogue of a movie that motivates you or you like the most? Ans: “And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” - Originally a line from The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, however has been used in movies. 5) The Place you never been to and always want to go? Ans: There are quite a few, but the one next in my list is Bagan, Myanmar 6) An animal that signifies you & why? Ans:  Ant  -  I never give up just like ants 7) A Movie Character you most resemble or resonate with ? Ans:  Wonder Woman 8) Choose one from each below : a) Marvel or DC : Marvel b) Batman or Superman : Batman c) Tom or Jerry : Jerry d) Chacha Chaudhary or Super Commando Dhruv : Chacha Chaudhary 9) If your life was to be turned into a movie who would you like to play your part ? Ans: Meryl Streep 10) Luck or Hard Work , What do you think weighs more in defining a successful Person? Ans: Both Luck & Hard actually work in tandem 11) One best decision you ever made? Ans: When I quit as a cabin crew  12) A strategy that you always use to take your decisions in Personal or Professional life? Ans: Imagine Counselling a Friend 13) Whose advise you seek when in dilemma? Ans: My husband’s 14) What has been your biggest achievement? Ans: This was when I was the youngest player and captain of my basket ball team , and represented my state 15) One thing that you want to change in yourself? Ans: The instinct of solving issues immediately. I can perhaps dedicate that time in solving something more important,  as a lot of problem tends to dissolve with time and doesn't require instant attention.  16) A line said by your closed one that you never forget? Ans: Dil Mile Ya Na Mile, Haath Milate Chalo
ABL Workspaces
Nov 11, 2019
Here's how this Delhi start-up is providing affordable co-working spaces to budding entrepreneurs
According to various studies, coworking spaces are likely to jump by about 30 per cent to 40 per cent in 2018 and by 2020, around 13.5 million Indians will operate out of shared spaces. This coworking spaces start-up in Delhi offers well-furnished office spaces to its clients across segments including new-age start-ups, independent working professionals and mid-sized companies. Akshita Gupta, along with another co-founder Ankur Gupta, started ABL Workspaces in 2017 and focused on addressing the challenges around the availability of 'Premium office spaces at an affordable price' for budding entrepreneurs. ABL, headquartered in Delhi, is currently helping companies, new-age start-ups, and independent professionals unlock their potential by catering to their real estate and hospitality needs. We spoke to Akshita about how coworking spaces are the future, life as a woman entrepreneur and more. Excerpts from an informative conversation:   Do you feel coworking spaces are the future, as workplaces seem to be more open to being flexible? Yes, of course, coworking is going to be the most sought-after business in our country. The industry has not only changed the way companies work today but has given a boost to the start-up sector by helping them cut down their cost and earn more. As an industry, coworking spaces in India have grown tremendously in the last two years at a much faster pace. In a country like ours, unique benefits like shared resources, networking opportunity and reduced investment cost are driving this trend. How would you say ABL Workingspaces is helping in all of this? We offer our services to all the new-age start-ups and corporates who are looking for affordable co-working spaces. We have designed our interiors for their comfort and convenience and offer the best of services at value for money as compared to players in the industry. In fact, more than 30 per cent of our clients are start-up companies which indicate that we don’t restrict our workspaces only for corporates or MNCs.
ABL Workspaces
Nov 29, 2021
ABL Workspaces raises Rs 15 cr in Series A funding round
Co-working and working space provider ABL Workspaces has raised a sum of Rs 15 crore from Canada-based Ethik Inc in a Series A funding round, the company said in a statement. The company is planning to use the funds to expand its seating capacities and centres across the capital. It also intends to develop the team and technology for significant functioning. Founded in 2017 by Akshita and Ankur Gupta, ABL Workspace offers office space to its clients across segments, including new-age startups, independent working professionals, and mid-sized companies, the statement said. "We look forward to expand our seating capacities to accommodate more businesses. The fresh capital will enable us to strengthen our team and technology more efficiently," said Gupta. In the past six months, ABL Workspaces has registered a surge in its client base by 20 to 25% month-on-month. The startup serves brands such as Ariston Thermo (Racold), Kotak Bank, Netambit, Clovia, and Simba Beer among others, the statement said. “We believe that co-working is a game-changer for the entrepreneurial community. The segment is promising and has attracted the attention of potential investors. ABL Workspaces offers cost-effective, premium, tech-enabled co-working spaces.  We are glad to partner with the company and help them become one of the leading players in the region," said Deepak Goel, Founder, Ethik Inc.  Founded in 2021, Ethik Inc is a private Canadian corporation, and its aim is to invest in high-growth startups across the globe. It only focuses on companies that have the potential to create significant value, said the statement.
ABL Workspaces
Nov 29, 2021
ABL Workspaces Raises Funding To Expand Seating Capacity In NCR
Coworking and flexible working space provider ABL Workspaces has raised INR 15 Cr ($1.9 Mn) in Series A funding from Canada-based Ethik Inc.  Founded in 2017 by Akshita Gupta, Delhi-based ABL Workspaces offers coworking spaces with premium interiors to startups, working professionals, and mid-sized companies in nine locations across Delhi-NCR. Its customers include Kotak Bank, Simba Beer, Netambit, Clovia among others. According to the startup, it has seen a 20-50% clientele surge in the past six months.  The startup will utilise the freshly-raised capital towards expanding its seating capacities and centres across the capital region. It will also use the funds raised to develop its team and technology.  “We believe that co-working is a game-changer for the entrepreneurial community. The segment is promising and has attracted the attention of potential investors. ABL Workspaces offers cost-effective, premium, tech-enabled co-working spaces,” said Deepak Goel, founder at Ethik Inc.  Recommended For You: Deal Or No Deal? The Murky YoloBus Distress Sale To EaseMyTrip The shift towards more accessible, flexible and affordable working spaces has contributed to the success of coworking startups in the past few years. The disruption caused by the pandemic is being seen as a temporary setback by many in the industry, who are expecting a resurgence once the county’s economy recovers. Many companies, especially startups, struggle with the burden of long-term leases that come with heavy security deposits—as these tend to take away from the cash flow of the business. This could even be a reason for traditional companies to consider coworking spaces as a viable option. This is not to say that startups in the space will continue to function the same way it has before—the pandemic and its ramifications have forced a fundamental change in the way coworking spaces operate. Earlier, their main proposition was the efficient use of space. Going forward, the need for social distancing will mean each seat will occupy a larger area.  Concerns about health and safety are also expected to create a demand shift towards private spaces. As a result, coworking startups might have to convert open-plan spaces into separate private spaces.  Another player in the coworking space, WeWork India had raised INR 200 Cr in debt and equity in April this year, hoping to turn profitable after a long and tumultuous period when the startup made the news for all the wrong reasons.
ABL Workspaces
Nov 30, 2021
Coworking space provider ABL Workspaces raises Rs 15 crore in Series A funding round
Co-working and flexible working space provider ABL Workspaces has raised Rs 15 crore from Canada based Ethik Inc in Series A funding round, a senior executive said. “We are delighted to announce Ethik Inc Capital as our funding partners. I believe the funding will help us to transform the perspective, the way occupiers look at office space in the future,” said Akshita Gupta, ABL Workspaces, Co-founder and CEO. The company plans to expand from 2470 to 15000 seats by the year 2023. “We look forward to expanding our seating capacities to accommodate more businesses. The fresh capital will enable us to strengthen our team and technology more efficiently. Our commitment to providing premium services to our clients helps us in sustaining their trust in our model and company,” said Gupta. The fresh capital is raised with the intention to expand its seating capacities and centers across the capital region. It also intends to develop the team and technology for significant functioning. Founded in December 2017, currently ABL Workspaces is live with 9 centers in Delhi NCR. In the past 6 months, ABL Workspaces has registered a surge in clientele by 20 to 25% month-on-month. At present, the co-working startup carters to several leading brands including Ariston Thermo (Racold), Kotak Bank, Netambit, Clovia, Simba beer among others. “We believe that co-working is a game-changer for entrepreneurial community. The segment is promising and has attracted the attention of potential investors. ABL Workspaces offers cost-effective, premium, tech-enabled co-working spaces. We are glad to partner with the company and help them become one of the leading players in the region,” said Deepak Goel, Founder at Ethik Inc. ABL Workspaces, had raised Rs 5 crore, as part of its Pre-Series A round from Wurk, a Canadian Investment Firm earlier this year.

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