Mumbai: Space Creattors Heights, a leading premium co-working, has appointed Henna Misri as their chief executive officer, she will contribute in making decisive and strategic business decisions aimed at propelling dynamic growth and success. This step will massively augment the company's operations, marketing strategies, business development initiatives, financial endeavors, and human resources.
Being a high-end coworking space, Space Creattors Heights offers world class amenities and stellar workspaces. It is an eminent Indian brand with three centers in Delhi NCR market and a compelling expansion plan to increase their footprint across geographies in the coming years. Their workspaces have an ISO 45001 certification for the management of occupational health and safety.
Space Creattors Heights co-founder & managing director Aryann Suri said "I welcome Henna and extend my heartfelt congratulations on her appointment as the CEO. Henna has demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and a keen understanding of our industry. Her strategic vision and dedication to excellence align perfectly with our company's ethos. I have full confidence in her capabilities, and look forward to scaling new heights of success, innovation, and unwavering commitment to delivering unparalleled value to our clients and stakeholders."
Misri said on her appointment, "I am really looking forward to stepping into the role of Chief Executive Officer at Space Creattors Heights. I am committed to driving our business forward by fostering innovation, strategic collaborations, and a people-first approach. I am looking to engage with our talented team to elevate our operations, strengthen our market presence, and uphold our core values. Together, we will navigate challenges and seize opportunities to achieve colossal growth and success."
Prior to Space Creattors Heights, Misri has held leadership positions in legacy companies such as Hindustan Thompson Associates, Ogilvy & Mather, Bates India, and Times of India, with a track record of twenty two years.