Which London boroughs are best for new companies?

Exclusive Cushman & Wakefield research reveals the hot, and not, spots

In a city ranked number six in the world for cultivating and nurturing start-ups, the UK capital is one of the most exciting places to be for new companies.

But while fortune favours the brave, there can be no denying that the start-up world is a risky one. There is a reason why the companies that ‘make it’ – which in Silicon Valley terms means hitting a $1bn…

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