Google has suggested its London offices
initiative in Tech City UK could be rolled out across the country.
The search engine giant is set to officially announce its Campus project plans, which at the moment are limited to seven floors of start-up space in Shoreditch.
Speaking at yesterday's (March 13th) Digital London conference, Google's vice-president of northern and central Europe Mark Brittin said further details would be revealed in a few weeks.
ZDNet UK reported him as stating: "We'll be opening shortly a building we're calling Campus. It's seven storeys of start-ups - the biggest single start-up location, or building, in Europe is the aim. We haven't done this anywhere else in the world, so it's an experiment."
Google has been working with small and medium-sized enterprises in England and Wales to encourage them to get online, in order to help boost economic growth and to enable them to compete with their larger rivals.
The organisation itself has chosen the King's Cross Central scheme for its new UK headquarters. The London Evening Standard first broke the news that once its lease expires in four years, Google will move its current London offices
at Buckingham Palace Road to the development.
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