In North India, Gurugram has become a top destination for the IT sector.
According to the Haryana Economic Survey 2017–18, 49 IT parks received licences. Seven IT/ITeS SEZs were up and running in the state as of October 2020.
Gurugram has an IT and ITes cluster, and 5% of the world’s workforce works in business process management.
• There are 13% BPM workers in India.
• Haryana contributes 10% of the country’s GDP.
• Haryana contributes 54% of its exports.
As part of the policy, the Haryana State Electronic Development Corporation Limited (HARTRON) built a startup warehouse in Gurugram on a 10,000 square foot plot of land (Start-up policy 2017).
- Frequently Known Startups in Gurugram:
- Urban Company
- My Health
- Lie down
DLF Cybercity and Cyber Hub: Gurugram’s award-winning Cybercity is a 125-acre Integrated Business District.
The area of Cybercity is 15 million square feet.
operational setting that is home to both Fortune 500 companies and cutting-edge businesses.
A ideal work environment is provided by Cybercity, which has world-class amenities such a hospital, gym, bank, ATM, and Cyberhub, a special shopping and dining area.
Gurugram’s Cyber Hub is largely a food and entertainment complex. Cyber Hub is a fantastic spot to unwind with friends or spend a Sunday with the family.