NIC understands the need for accommodative work spaces until a startup is able to establish themselves on independent grounds. In order to support their graduates and to help subsidize other startups, NIC is now offering configurable, affordable and adaptive co-working office centers. The incentive behind the very user-friendly Plug N Play center is to generate positive cash flows and raise funding until the startups have it in them to afford independent offices.
In order to add convenience for startups the center offers an alterable per-head rent scale. Therefore, companies with fewer members will have a lower rent subsidy, as opposed to those with more members. As a startup expands from its initial stages to a well-established company, the team is also bound to increase in size. Consequently, as the head count increases, the rent will as well encouraging them to move out into independent establishments and thus make room for younger startups in need of the assistance.