Resident works with desk top computers and laptops at Google Inc.’s tech campus at East London’s Tech City.
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LONDON — Google is closing its dedicated start-up space in London known as Campus.
The Silicon Valley tech giant announced on Monday that it has decided “not to reopen” Campus in East London after it was forced to close by the coronavirus pandemic.
“We’re closing Campus to support start-ups throughout the U.K.,” the company said, claiming that it can provide support for start-ups across the country without a physical space.
Campus London, one of several Campus sites worldwide, was opened in 2012 by Israeli tech veteran and Google employee Eze Vidra…