DURING A TRIP to the Digital London event earlier in March, The INQUIRER caught up with Elizabeth Varley, CEO of East London startup commune Tech Hub, to discuss how she sees London's digital future shaping up.
Among a lot of positivity for the way the startup world is growing in the UK, thanks to initiatives like Tech Hub and ongoing investments from government and businesses, Varley discussed some of the ways in which she believes London can continue to evolve.
Chief among these was a call to ensure that WiFi access becomes ubiquitous across the capital to build upon announcements from Virgin Media, O2 and others that are working to bring wireless services to several boroughs of the capital and even the London Underground in time for the Olympics. µ
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