With London being one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world and a center for business and finance, networking has become an essential part of any 21st century business. In London we’re based in ClubWorkspace next to the London Bridge. Our company thrives in this model. Having the ability to network with like-minded businesses and even those from different industries allows us the opportunity to develop further as an organization. There’s a greater level of flexibility in working hours and a social environment conducive to interaction.
European City of the Future
Rich in history and teeming with life, the capital and the most populous city of the UK is without question the epitome of a modern metropolis. With a booming IT sector situated in the Silicon Roundabout and an ever-increasing amount of venture capital flowing into this tech industry hub, London is an exciting place to be. Whether you’re an IT veteran, investor, or a young talent looking to find his place in the dynamic world of tech industry there’s a place for you in London. While somewhat high living costs might be a slight setback, there are plenty of opportunities to grow and develop; not to mention the chances to meet engineers, programmers, and other experts from some of the most prestigious universities in the world. London might be just the right place to get your career going.
Living by the Thames
As with all the big cities, London is a place of contrasts where things change by the hour. During your stay, you’re bound to see its many faces. With a growing tech sector and numerous startups, you’re bound to come across many like-minded individuals with whom you can share your experiences and ideas. On the other hand, rather high living costs and notorious rush hours are the things you have to be prepared for when staying in London, temporarily or even in the long-term. Its most advisable to plan your costs and routes in advance.
City of the Rolling Stones
Leisure is an important part of London’s economy – in fact a quarter of UK’s entire leisure revenue comes from the capital. With numerous world-famous theatres, concert halls, festivals, museums and art galleries, you’re sure to find something that will spark your imagination. Walk by the Big Ben or take a ride in a Routemaster double-decker near Buckingham Palace and don’t forget to call home from a famous red telephone box. And when the workweek is done, you can relax in one of the many pubs or dance until dawn in some of the world-famous clubs and music venues. And if this doesn’t sound alternative enough for your tastes, keep in mind that London is home to one of the biggest underground scenes in the world which gave rise to a variety of artists and genres, from David Bowie to Pink Floyd and from heavy metal to drum and bass.