Shruti Tripathi Chopra
Shruti Tripathi Chopra is the editor of LondonLovesBusiness.com. Shruti specialises in profiling entrepreneurs and investigating goings-on in the capital. Passionate about London, her interviews and features often get picked up by the national dailies. Shruti has been invited as a guest speaker on the BBC several times to speak about tech, property and investment in London. Shruti holds an MA in International Journalism from Cardiff University. Tweet her @shrutitripathi6
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