Education, education, education

I really refute the “fact” that Croydon is a tech hub. It is hard to recruit good local technical people. But I believe that the transformation that Croydon is going through could generate the asset5s required to get there. It must start with schools preparing kids to the jobs of today and of the future. Croydon is massive and should host an International level University with degrees such as finance, marketing, and engineering of all kinds, including computer science. Hoping to achieve anything without investing long term is just a waste of time and money.

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  1. Thank you, we’ll make sure we’re looking at the whole ecosystem and what the council can do to improve in these areas

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