Throughout 2016, after the excitement of playing host to one of the world’s most exciting and fastest growing start-up eco-systems, London and the UK faced increasing pressure to grow these early stage, sometimes venture-capital-funded enterprises into something more substantial and permanent; “scaling-up”, however, 2016 has taught us, is never easy to do.
Businesses seeking to expand in the New Year have been given a new route to market thanks to dedicated sales platform Clozer. The innovative sharing economy website gives ambitious firms access to a local sales team anywhere in the world that can deliver results by converting prospective customers to firm clients thanks to their sales expertise,
The thing about London; it’s full of smart people. Everywhere you look, on the tube, the buses, in the taxis and Ubers; every office and every shop is crammed full of smart people, going about their business.
So, when a new phenomenon, the world of tech start-ups, starts to grow up around the Old Street roundabout,
London-based bootstrapping entrepreneurs tired of skipping meals and working out of cramped, expensive offices with questionable hygiene are being given a chance to secure one of twenty free desks at a luxurious new co-working space next to East India DLR station, with 9,00 square feet of workspace, and a wrap-around roof terrace offering spectacular views of Canary Wharf,
What’s the difference between London Bridge rail station, and London Bridge Underground?
About 3 miles, by our reckoning! If this is part of your commute, or you are planning on taking this journey, take our advice and take a thermos of coffee and hiking boots as following the human crocodile that runs through through this labyrinthine series of corridors and random diversions in the current glacial temperatures will make you feel like you are negotiating the foothills of the Himalayas!