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London’s ‘Tech City’ may never be the same again after the coronavirus


London’s reputation as one of the world’s major tech hubs is in jeopardy as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

At the start of the last decade, a cluster of start-ups began to form around East London’s Old Street roundabout (technically a gyratory system), leading the area to be nicknamed “Silicon Roundabout.”

Then-British Prime Minister David Cameron latched onto their success and branded the area in and around the hipster Shoreditch neighbourhood “Tech City.”

Since then, London’s tech ecosystem has expanded to other corners of the capital including King’s Cross and the West End. Today, tech companies and their employees span the entire city.

Homegrown start-ups like DeepMind, Shazam,…


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