Friday, February 10, 2017

Tim Cook completes his activities in the UK with several visits


Tim Cook's visit to Europe could also be described as a very intensive week , at a crucial moment given Donald Trump's criticism of the European Union, which he said should be reconsidered. In this sense, and as we have been telling you during this week,Cook has visited France, Germany, Scotland and England, in a complete tour , in which to put a small criticism , we believe that visits to countries like Italy or Spain are missing. After visiting Theresa May, the Apple CEO has completed his tour with other tours in the UK . Here all the details.
Delighted to welcome @Tim_Cook to City Hall to discuss access to talent, digital skills & Apple’s investment in London 

Tim Cook finishes his visit to the United Kingdom with an agenda full of visits

Tim Cook's tour of Europe is not over yet. Cook met yesterday with the British Prime Minister, discussing Apple's investment commitments in the United Kingdom. Cook said he believes Britain will be fine after Brexit when the country leaves the European Union, although there are some "bumps along the way along the way."
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Met the incredibly creative team behind @ustwogames in London & got a sneak peek at their latest project, coming soon!
Cook met with the Mayor of London as well as visited a London school that uses the iPad in the classroom and saw a digital art exhibition at London's modern art gallery, Tate . As usual, he documented his Twitter tour.

Apple has big investments and interests in the UK

.@woodberrydownN4 is doing inspiring work teaching coding with Swift Playgrounds! Looking forward to the future these students will create.
Apple plans to expand its offices in the UK by moving 1600 employees to a new headquarters in Battersea . Cook said they have plenty of room to expand further. In a statement given to The Independent, Apple said it was proud to support more than 300,000 jobs in the UK. In a statement issued after the meeting, Apple said: "We are proud that Apple's innovation and growth support nearly 300,000 jobs across the UK." Cook met with London Mayor Sadiq Khan, debating digital education, acquiring talent in the technology sector and Apple's commitments to the capital.
Tim Cook also had time to attend interviews where he considered the fake news to be a major problem, visited an Apple Store, a center where he taught with iPad, as well as working meetings.
EXCLUSIVE: With fake news hitting the headlines, how does Apple boss @Tim_Cook think the issue should be dealt with?

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