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About Truro

A county town in Cornwall, Truro has about 18,766 locals meandering its streets, so you will probably have the chance to meet quite a few of them. Known as "Truronians", some are tech savvy souls who love the fact that coworking has arrived in the streets of their hometown. Truro is the southernmost city in mainland Britain and was originally a hub for trade from its port. Its history goes back to the Norman times and a castle was built in the 12th Century that became the dominating feature, as the town grew up within its shadow. Today there is no castle, but the city's Gothic -revival cathedral is something rather special to look at if not to venture inside to say a little prayer for some heavenly intervention for the success of your startup. The town has numerous shops to pacify the shopaholic, a bustling market like in the old days and plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants to keep the hunger pangs at bay.

Truro is no startup haven, but like many small towns it does have its community of out-of-the-box thinkers. The startup scene in the United Kingdom is said to be one of the fastest growing in the whole of Europe, according to figures over the last 5 years when there has been 392,627 new tech startups launched in the country. The most growth showed up in the niche sectors of Internet, fintech and software. The UK has an attractive environment for tech businesses in that it offers great foundations and ecosystems for innovative minds to get their ideas off the ground.

Coworking is but one more step in supporting intrepid brains where it's possible to connect and collaborate with likeminded souls, even in small towns where the life is slower and more amenable to having creative ideas.