According to IBM's 2015 Global Location Trends report, in 2014 there was more foreign investment and job creation in London than in any other city in the world.
Being in London is a lifestyle and more exciting than it has ever been before.
It is Europe's largest city, the 6th richest place on the planet, and it attracts more international visitors than any other city. Many of those visitors come for the culture and heritage. In fact, the British Museum alone attracts more visitors in a year than all of Belgium.
London is a country all of it's own with a cultural diversity that comes from being home to a very worldly population, with residents speaking somewhere in the region of 300 languages. It truly is the most exciting city in the world.
London is the most dynamic city in the world today. In the 21st century it has become the most powerful, the most dynamic, the most culturally focused city-state on earth. No other city comes close. Not New York. Not Paris. Not Shanghai. Not Hong Kong. London is already the one true global cultural megalopolis, the one true cocksure city-state. Nowadays it might not be the biggest in the world (Tokyo and Yokohama can claim that crown) yet it is as full of architectural riches as it’s ever been. The decor and architecture of important London buildings once seemed to represent a conscious desire to be part of an imaginary immemorial London, whereas these days every new building wants to look like the future. As the city gets bigger, so it seems to be raising the bar.