Thursday, November 11, 2010


Do you know that London was qualified as the best place to work in the world due to its diversity?

According to the 2010 Global Cities Index from global management consulting firm A T Kearney, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs and Foreign Policy magazine, London is the best city in the world for employers to attract and keep talented workers and their families.

How lucky am I... Living and studying in London is already a great advantage as it is one of the most important cities of the world. Not to mention that it is one of the most important cities for the PR practice.

For sure this has to do with its great image, don’t you think?


  1. I agree that London’s image has a lot to do with it being voted as the best city to draw and maintain a diverse group of talented workers. I believe London to be a city with a great reputation. It is one of the biggest capitals in the world - literally so because of its vast population, but also because it is a major financial centre, a huge tourist attraction, a sporting mecca (host to the Olympics next year), and home to many different theatrical arts, galleries and much more. London has a diverse range of citizens, allowing people to feel at ease no matter what their nationality or ethnic background may be. It has a rich, cosmopolitan history, having served as a global crossroads for many centuries. The city has great transport links and a fusion of new and old architectural styles, providing a range of living options, from subsidised housing, through affordable flats in up and coming areas, to extremely luxurious west end developments. All of these factors provide great PR for London and are key to attracting and maintaining a talented workforce.

  2. I couldn't agree more with your opinion Luke, I believe that we all are extremely lucky of having the chance of living and studying in this wonderful city, especially because it is the best place in all Europe to get experience in the PR field and the second best place after USA in the whole world.
    It is notable that the PR industry have gained more and more recognition worldwide, especially here in London, where it has been enormously flourishing thanks to its vital role in many major organizations.
    London is without any doubt 'a more exciting place to live'!!.

  3. couldn't have put it better myself Arianna. I come from Norfolk which is full of farmers and fields so moving to London was a big deal.

    So much to do and so many opportunities.

    - “Sometimes oppurtunities float right past your nose. Work hard, apply yourself, and be ready. When an opportunity comes you can grab it.” - Julie Andrews.

    Thanks for a lovely post.