With its fast-paced work culture and vibrant tech sector, London has long been a notable startup hub not only in Europe, but across the globe.
With over 2,000 startups, 30 accelerators and 48,000 people employed in the digital economy, London is the beating heart of the European startup scene. The UK capital has also long been known as Europe’s leading startup hotspot.
The city’s vibrant tech scene and culture of creativity and innovation allows new businesses to thrive. With a plethora of coworking spaces, accelerators, incubators and networking opportunities, London has a lot to offer startup newbies and entrepreneurs alike.
Our Startup Guide London book is filled with city-focused tips, startups, coworking spaces, programs and interviews with founders as well as experts. It gives you all the information you need to get your entrepreneurial journey started in the British metropolis.
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Published December 2016
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