London has become one of the world's great digital capitals. To help even more potential for entrepreneurs to energize the Internet economy in the U.K., Google opening "Campus London," a seven story facility in the east London neighborhood known as Tech City.
The U.K.'s Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt. Hon. George Osborne MP, launched the Campus London.
"Campus is a collaboration between Google and partners Central Working, Tech Hub, Seedcamp and Springboard. It'll provide startups with workspace in an energizing environment and will also host daily events for and with the community. We'll run a regular speaker series, alongside lectures and programing, as well as provide mentorship and training from local Google teams," posted Eze Vidra, Head of Campus London.
Visitors will have access to a cafe and co-working space, complete with high speed wifi.
On day one, "the Campus is already at 90% capacity, with more than 100 people on site and an additional 4,500 who have signed up online to visit," Vidra added.
Here are some photos of the Campus (via):
…and to learn more, visit the www.campuslondon.com site.