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With a record number of 90 overseas tech companies setting up base in London last year, the British capital has supported claims of being Europe’s [...]
Web-giants Amazon, Twitter and Yelp reveal plans for offices in London’s King’s Cross following Google’s $1bn purchase of 2.4 acres of space within the immediate vicinity of the station.
Web services giant Google has completed a deal to allow the beginning of construction work on their new UK headquarters adjoining Kings Cross St. Pancras station, representatives confirmed yesterday.
An additional £50m has been earmarked for investment in East London’s Tech City, Chancellor George Osborne confirmed in his Autumn Statement yesterday.
Facebook officially opened its first engineering office outside of the US in East London this week, whilst broadcaster Channel 5 has been revealed as a frontrunner to occupy the Olympic media centre in Stratford.
The parent company of O2 and international mobile phone giant, Telefonica, have announced the launch their UK technology accelerator programme, Wayra, and promised to invest €1million [...]
We have all heard of Silicon Valley in San Francisco, and more recently, the Silicon Roundabout – London’s answer to the technology hub – but [...]
It was recently announced that Facebook is expanding its office space in London from Carnaby Street to a larger space in the West End. Facebook [...]
In November 2010, the UK government announced that they wanted to make London’s Silicon Valley/ Tech- City in the East End, an important hub for [...]