Co-Living 2.0. Today. Tomorrow and Beyond

The COVID-19 pandemic crisis has affected almost every industry and Co-Living is no exception. The "3C"s of Co-Living include Community driven, Convenience and Cost savings. During the pandemic, people have realized the need of a deeper community connect, higher convenience (in the form of flexibility, ease of use), and heightened affordability of living solutions in this phase of crisis.


About the Author

Abilash Sudharsanan

Abilash Sudharsanan

Abilash has over 12 years of experience in Marketing & Sales. Prior to joining Meraqi, Abilash has worked with Idea, UKN and Vestian. Abilash is a B.Com from Calicut University, and has an MBA from CUSAT, Cochin.

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