A "rapid advance" for digital business in the capital

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A "rapid advance" for digital business in the capital
5th November 2014

The Digital Catapult Centre is a government-backed national place with a goal to “rapidly advance” the UK’s best digital ideas. 
It’s opening its doors today.
Based in Kings Cross, the centre will provide entrepreneurs and start-ups with places to meet and work on digital projects, and will connect them with academics and enterprises who may be able to help them realise their potential. 

Catapult CEO Neil Crockett talks about the launch and why London has such a good digital reputation. 

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