Tim Cook addresses controversial Brexit with UK Prime Minister
During this week's week Tim Cook is making an intense tour of Europe , which has led him to visit various countries of the Union, such as France and Germany. He is currently in the UK , where he received an honorary degree from the University of Glasgow. Now, within the European tour of the CEO of Apple, has had the opportunity to meet and talk with UK Prime Minister Theresa May , which has addressed various issues, including the controversial Brexit. Then all the information.
Tim Cook speaks for Theresa May regarding Brexit
After his appearance at Glasgow University yesterday, Tim Cook has been spotted entering No. 10 Downing Street in London this morning , the home of the UK Prime Minister. A statement from a government representative confirms that Tim Cook met with Prime Minister Theresa May at 10 this morning. The meeting covered Apple's investments in the UK and the importance of digital skills in the workforce. May also outlined his Brexit plan to Cook , with the aim of Britain leaving the European Union in 2019.
Apple interested in the political future of the European Union and the United Kingdom
The UK is one of Apple's largest developed markets outside the United States with 40 Apple Store nationwide . Apple recently announced that it will move to a new UK campus located on the site of the Battersea power station, moving 3,000 employees in 2021. Tim Cook's meeting with the British Prime Minister is a continuation of a tour that the CEO Has led this week . Cook has generally documented his trip on his Twitter account, although he is yet to publicly acknowledge his meeting with Theresa May.