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November 3, 2015
Recent data from CBRE, the property giant, has shown that Canary Wharf is fast becoming the base for London’s financial technology (FinTech) startups. Traditionally the Silicon Roundabout and Tech City have been lauded as the tech hotspots in the capital, cranking out tech unicorn after tech unicorn. However, Canary Wharf has now started to make...
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November 2015 will see the world’s largest co-working space for startups open in London. The workplace is being opened by WeWork, the co-working platform for entrepreneurs and will be opened in Fore Street, Moorgate. The 166,038 sq.ft site will provide an area for 3,100 members, and will span eight floors. WeWork was founded in New...
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A London-based sparring group for startups has announced its intention to stay one step ahead of its competitors in America by identifying the top tech talent before the talent even thinks up or acts on a business idea. The company, Entrepreneur First, is a startup accelerator. This means that the company helps tech talent in...
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Boris Johnson’s promotional agency, London & Partners has recently released figures claiming that investors have invested a record amount of money into London tech startups this year. Figures show that between January and October, London-based startups received over £1 billion in investment, which is over three quarters of the total £1.4 billion that the UK...
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With London’s tech sector having seen a record £1 billion investment so far this year, experts are predicting that the digital economy will continue to rise steeply, perhaps even so much that the capital will soon rival Silicon Valley. Data from the capital’s promotional company, London & Partners, shows that out of the total £1.4...
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