Sophie Hobson is the founding editor of LondonlovesBusiness.com. Follow her @sophiehobson and @londonlovesbiz.
Sophie has spent the best part of the last decade interviewing hundreds of entrepreneurs and business leaders, and exploring the mechanisms of business growth. She’s driven by the power business has to create social change, and believes that the future of enterprise depends on sustainability and diversity. She’s fascinated by tech, retail, and the teeming menagerie of wonders that is London.
Sophie has been a commentator on business issues and the London economy for the BBC, Wall Street Journal, LBC Radio and the Londonist, and has written for The Mirror, ITV, South London Press and Travel Weekly.
Before launching LondonlovesBusiness.com, Sophie was one of the founding team of Smarta.com, and helped build it into the UK’s leading small business advice website.
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David Cameron has just announced a raft of new immigration rules in the hope that the UK will become less attractive to immigrants, both legal and illegal.That’s in large part because the government is failing its own net migration targets.The Conservatives are aiming for below 100,000 in annual net migration (immigration minus e
David Cameron is clamping down on immigration.The prime minister has written a piece in today’s Telegraph outlining new measures that the government hopes will bring it closer to its target of reducing migration to below 100,000 by the next election. Net migration is still more than 200,000 people per year at the moment.
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