From a mere ‘working’ space, offices are turning into a space that cultivates a sense of community, even as it drives productivity
The period of transition between one generation to the next is a crucial one for family businesses. The induction of the Inheritors can infuse the business with a new energy and fresh ideas.
When Sahil Vachani joined the Max Group in 2016, his objective was to create a powerful real estate brand and steer Max Ventures and Industries’ (MaxVIL) other businesses towards growth. His diverse expertise across various sectors including consumer durables and real estate has stood him in good stead so far.
Major names in the real estate sector including Robert Marten, Anuj Puri, Yash Gupta (Blue Sky Ventures), and Abhishek Goenka(Capital M-Menda Family Office) among others have taken up the onus to launch Built World Technology Alliance to work towards accelerating the digital transformation of India’s real estate sector.
Max Estates Ltd., the real estate arm of Max Venture & Industries Ltd., is set to invest about Rs 1,500 crore over the next three years to build a portfolio of office spaces, two people familiar with the plan told ET.
Business conglomerate Max Group has forayed into commercial real estate with an investment of Rs 600 crore to develop a prime office building in Noida comprising 6 lakh sq ft area as part of its strategy to create a large portfolio of rental assets.