It was interesting to see a recent article on Sky News ( that, post-Brexit, London continues to lead the rest of Europe for investment in IT start-ups. For years London traded on being the centre of historic trading and financial systems anchored in the City, then since the Eighties it traded on its light approach to regulation and being within the EU. However, since Brexit, its status as a global centre for financial services, banking, investment and commodity markets, has been challenged by the likes of Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. So as London tries to find its new level and identity in a post EU/Brexit world, it is good to see that with IT investment it continues to lead the European market, as well as providing an international and open environment for start-ups to locate, expand and develop within.