Friyey has been covered by various media houses including – Inc42, Inshorts, Sakal Times, Hindustan Times, etc

“The Pune-based startup that transforms pubs and clubs into coworking spaces, Friyey, has raised an………Besides this, Friyey also organises startups and founder meetups every weekend. The company claims to have organised over 40 meetups, hosting 5K entrepreneurs since its launch.”

– 14th February 2020

“….After which, Thore started a website offering the restaurants discount coupons. “Usually, I met the managers during the afternoon to make the deal and offer the coupons. During one such meeting I didn’t have space to sit and work. So i asked the restaurant manager if I could use the space to work till their deal was done as they had WiFi as well. He said,’Yes, you can, as no one comes here during the day time’. This line stayed with me and I realised that I don’t have an office and they don’t have customers in the afternoons, so why can’t we restructure this completely?”….”

– 20th January 2020

“Pune-based startup Friyey Space, that transforms pubs and clubs into co-working spaces, raised a seed funding from angel investor Tarun Bhalla. The startup did not reveal the financial details of the funding. Founded by Yogesh Thore, Friyey claims to have worked with 129 startups. Its co-working set up is operational from 9 am to 6 pm, seven days a week.”

-15th February 2020

“….A year back I on-boarded 40 restos , pubs and nightclubs, but that did not work. Customers felt obliged to place orders and not use up space endlessly. Also eating your own tiffin was not allowed. So I tweaked it a bit. Now I have two properties – Orion in Baner and one more in Vimannagar – that operate as nightclubs in the evening and during the day they are coworking spaces. Here the understanding is that you can bring their own tiffin and there is no obligation to place orders or vacate tables….”

– 24th August 2019

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