United Kingdom – 21 July, 2015 – There are a number of factors that make London one of the best cities for business according to a recent ranking by Forbes Magazine. The city has attracted a huge amount of foreign investment and has a huge number of corporate headquarters per capita. In fact it is home to 68 of the biggest companies on Forbes Global 2000 list.
It also has a number of business niches as well as great transport links making travelling to the city and across the city easy. London is known for its booming financial industry. Although less known for technology and media, it is Europe’s top city for technology start-ups according to the Genome project that estimates there are 3000 tech companies along with Google’s biggest office outside of Silicon Valley.
Given the business culture, racial diversity along with its great location and the abundance of great conference centres in London that are available for hire, London is a popular city to hold conferences.
Joel Kotkin, for Forbes Magazine, described London as “A preferred domicile for the global rich, London is not only the historic capital of the English language, which contributes to its status as a powerful media hub and major advertising center, but it’s also the birthplace of the cultural, legal and business practices that define global capitalism.”
Tony Steedman from W12 Conferences, an event venue in West London said: “There is a noticeable increase in companies from around the world, including countries like America and the Middle East as well as European countries, booking conference rooms. W12 is the perfect place to hold a conference in my view with great transport links and rooms that are flexible to your conference needs.”
For more information, visit the website: http://www.w12conferences.co.uk
Company Name: W12 Conferences
Contact Person: Tony Steedman
Address:W12 Conferences, Artillery Lane, 150 Du Cane Road
Country: United Kingdom