Tech City firms facing shortages in funding and skilled staff

Sooraj Shah
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In the venture capital world, London is considered dysfunctional, says Mike Lynch

Leaders at Tech City firms say their companies are struggling to gain capital, and are sometimes having to make people redundant as a result. A third of Tech City's business leaders said that their...

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