IndiQube Partners with, MediBuddy, MFine and


Bengaluru, India, May 26, 2021: IndiQube, a flexible workspace provider headquartered in
Bengaluru, announced its partnership with, MediBuddy, MFine, and,
today. These companies are trusted names in the healthcare industry that have been focussing
on improving and enhancing the experience of health and wellness solutions in these
challenging times.
“We at IndiQube have always been focused on providing value to our community through
partnerships. The second wave has prompted us to give additional focus to the health and
wellbeing of our community members and we have collaborated with various partners in our
endeavour to provide a complete suite of wellness solutions to our members.” said Meghna
Agarwal, Co-founder, IndiQube.
IndiQube has been a pioneer in the flexible workspace industry with a portfolio of over 3.5
Mn sq.ft. of office space spread across 6 cities in 50+ properties. It has been catering to the
unique workspace needs of Solopreneurs, Thriving Start-ups, Enterprises, and Offshore
Development Centres PAN India. In these challenging times, the company is deeply
committed to providing its member companies priority access to healthcare solutions at
competitive prices in customized packages, at the comfort of their homes. On this mission,
such partnerships would be a boon.
“ has been at the forefront in India’s COVID-19 battle and this partnership with
IndiQube would help us provide healthcare solutions to start-ups and enterprises seamlessly.
We will continue to offer assistance wherever possible and remain committed to the health
and well-being of the people in these testing times.” said, Madan Somasundaram, Head,
Satish Kannan, Co-founder & CEO, MediBuddy says “It has been our constant endeavour to
make high-quality healthcare more accessible for individuals. We are delighted to have
partnered with IndiQube who share the same commitment of ensuring safety. As we battle the
second wave of the pandemic, we are putting together all our forces and our contributing our
bit to tackle the virus.”
“The second wave of Covid-19 has put a huge stress on the health infrastructure of the
country. On one hand, there are those affected by Covid-19, who require immediate attention
and medical care, and on the other hand are those suffering from acute or chronic health
problems. MFine is working with IndiQube to provide continued care to the employees and
their families. MFine Covid Homecare Plan allows those with mild symptoms to fully
recover from the comfort of their own homes, while being monitored by a team of physicians,
dietitians and pulmonologists. And with instant online consultations from top doctors,
IndiQube clients and their employees can continue to work safely from their homes, without
stepping out,” said Arjun Choudhary, Founding Member and Chief Business Officer, MFine.

Varun Singh, Director and Co-founder of also said, “During the second wave, we
have been operating continuously to ensure that the Covid essentials are supplied on time. We
have gone the extra mile to make sure that only good quality products are listed with us, so
that you can confidently procure products for your workplace, team members, and even
extended families. We are in this together!”
Indeed, the combined strength of these companies would not only help in making healthcare
services more accessible to the IndiQube community but will also add value to the coworking
industry as well as the healthcare industry.
About IndiQube:
IndiQube is a managed office space brand that provides accessible, affordable and
personalized workspaces keeping employee delight at the heart. They provide a unique
‘office in a box’ solution encompassing workspace design, interior build out and plethora of
B2B & B2C services leveraging technology. The company has diverse clients in its portfolio
including Myntra, Philips, Hitachi, Elanco, Sopra Steria, SOLV, RedBus, Unacademy, Grant
Thornton, Enphase, Allegis to name a few.
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