Your desktop or laptop screen almost translates into being a different world altogether when you log into Facebook. It isn’t just a social media network; rather it is a window of a new opportunity to visit the globe serenaded with new happenings, trends, perspectives and fashions.

The Hill
The Hill

Facebook has not merely transformed the way we interact the world, rather has acted as a beacon of globalisation, by reducing the isolated dots between different geographies.

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CBS News

Now, news is that everyone’s favourite social-media platform is going to bring in a fresh wave of opportunities for job-seekers in one of its most prominent of global markets: Great Britain.

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BBC

According to developing news, the world-famous social media company has just opened a brand new hub in the heart of the U.K., in the thriving cosmopolitan capital of London. While not a great deal is known about Facebook’s new urban setting as of now, one that has opened near the Oxford Street- one of the leading, princely destinations in all of London- what is known is that the move will enable as many as 800 job-seekers to find a robust new opportunity to grow in the fascinating realm of social media.

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Daily Express

It is also being reported that the new facility will host a tech start-up scheme, LDN LAB which will track, monitor and further augment the growth of Facebook’s young businesses. In lines with the leading social media firm expanding its presence in a vibrant new market- among the most developed economies in the west- media specialists state that Facebook remains ever supportive and committed in supporting the growth of UK’s start-ups.

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Standard

UK- regarded for a flourishing startup ecosystem and reputed for its engineering excellence is regarded as one of the best places in the world to build a tech company. It is also believed that some of the brightest tech talents in London will be attracted to the social-media company and that the firm’s incubator will attract more talent to London from different parts of the UK.

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