DISCOVER WEST LONDON

West London has a thriving community – and is a wonderful place to live, work and play. It the UK’s global gateway and thus the perfect location for start-up businesses, growing companies and multinational corporates all of whom continue to choose West London as the best place to locate their business.

With a diverse economy of £60 billion+, North-West London is second only to the City in economic importance, contributing some 20 per cent to the capital’s total GDP.

Powered by major economic drivers including Heathrow, Park Royal, White City, the Golden Mile and the Sky creative cluster, West London is home to strong industry sectors such as transport, logistics, hospitality, IT, pharma and financial services.

WEST LONDON AT MIPIM 2018: 12-16 March, Cannes

West London Business and Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation would like to invite you to Discover West London.

In March 2018 Liz Peace (Chair, OPDC), Victoria Hills (Chief Executive, OPDC), Patora Dyrma (Head of Communications & Engagement, OPDC), Andrew Dakers (CEO, WLB) and Lisa Sharp (Director, Sharp Business Insights) along with our partners, Fairview, L&Q, Kier, SEGRO, AECOM and CoStar Group were at MIPIM 2018 to share with UK and international partners what the OPDC area and West London has to offer investors.

Download our brochure and/or email e-mail andrew.dakers@westlondon.com or text +44(0)7788 116159 to discuss how you can get involved in our 2019 programme.

While the area accommodates some of the world’s major brands, it is SMEs that make up 95 per cent of London’s economy. They continue to thrive through robust competition and continuous innovation.

For any analysis of business sentiment in the region, read ‘West London Business sentiment survey 2011’ prepared for WLB by BDRC Continental.   Visit the TechWest.London microsite for things to do during downtime in West London.

Whatever your business sector or business function, West London has the right property, people and support to ensure that you can succeed here.

Explore this section of the WLB website to find out more about: