Table Space revenue spikes 2X to Rs 780 Cr in FY23; stays profitable

Co-working space solutions provider Table Space has demonstrated solid financial performance in the last fiscal year as the company’s operating scale grew over 97% and neared the Rs 680 crore revenue mark. At the same time, the Bengaluru-based firm remained profitable during FY23.

Table Space’s revenue from operations jumped to Rs 678.5 crore in the fiscal year ending March 2023 from Rs 344 crore in FY22, its consolidated financial statements filed with the RoC show.

Founded by Amit Banerji in 2017, Table Space provides customized coworking spaces and claims to have a capacity of more than 10 million square feet with 75 plus centers in over 7 cities including Bengaluru.

Rental and lease income formed 75% of the total operating revenue which saw a growth of 69% to Rs 512 crore in FY23 from Rs 303 crore in FY22. Facility management, common area maintenance, and sale of food and beverages were some other revenue drivers for the company.

Table Space also earned Rs 90 crore from non-operating activities which tallied its total income to Rs 768.5 crore during the last fiscal year (FY23). See TheKredible for the detailed revenue breakup.

Its finance and depreciation costs, concerning the lease accounted for 59% of the overall expenditure which surged 2X to Rs 414 crore in FY23.

Table Space’s employee benefits, repair cum maintenance, advertising, legal professional, rent and other overheads catalyzed its overall expense up by 118% to Rs 703.8 crore in FY23 from Rs 321.6 crore in FY22.

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Expense Breakdown

Total ₹ 321.6 Cr
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Total ₹ 730.8 Cr
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  • Depreciation
  • Finance cost
  • Employee Benefit
  • Power and fuel
  • Repair and maintenance
  • Others

The decent scale and two-fold growth in other income helped Table Space to increase its profits marginally to Rs 45.9 crore in FY23 from Rs 44.5 crore in FY22. Its ROCE and EBITDA margin stood at 9% and 62.3%. The company spent Rs 1.04 to earn a rupee in FY23.


FY22 FY23
EBITDA Margin 70% 62.3%
Expense/₹ of Op Revenue ₹0.93 ₹1.04
ROCE 13% 9%

Table Space has raised around $330 million across several rounds including a $300 million round from Hillhouse. According to the startup data intelligence platform TheKredible, Hillhouse is the largest stakeholder with 31.49%. Its core team including Amit Banerji, Karan Chopra, Srinivas Prasad, and Narendra Kumar Kamaraju commands 56.48% of the company. The company competes with the likes of Smartworks, Awfis, IndiQube, WeWork and others.

Table Space continues the trend of co-working platforms delivering strong growth, even as it has seen margins shrink at the same time. But being profitable matters, and the firm is poised to benefit all the more from the growth momentum thanks to that. However, the high income from non operating activities might also not be sustainable, which will put further pressure on the bottomline. All out growth versus well considered growth is still a much better problem to have than growth versus survival, however.

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