Rohan Silva on The Headline Interview

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Rohan Silva on The Headline Interview

Rohan Silva is the man behind London’s Tech City and formally worked as a Senior Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister. With a passion for technology, economics and innovation, Rohan Silva has gone on to help entrepreneurs and startups in London and co-founded Second Home - a shared workspace off Brick Lane.
In the London Live interview he tells Sarah Sands, Editor of the Evening Standard, that we need to change the way London’s buildings are designed and that we tend to focus on accommodating only large companies. On this he says 'we've got to fight to bring London into the future... that's our generation’s struggle'. 
Of the current government’s economic strategy Rohan Silva says he believes this government ‘has been as radical as the Thatcher government on small businesses,’ and stresses that he believes this to be a good thing. 

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