THE INQUIRER visited the Digital London event in the east of the city earlier this week to hear about what's being done to ensure the capital remains a key tech hub in both Europe and the world.
We caught up with Julie Meyer, the CEO of Ariadne, a specialist technology investment and advisory firm that looks to back entrepreneurs within sectors such as music and gaming, the mobile internet and communications, among others.
Meyer gave us her thoughts about why London is more of a technology hub than people realise, how startups will form the next FTSE 100 companies and how the Olympics will be seen as a watershed moment in our use of technology. µ
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