Rohan Silva is the Co-Founder of Second Home, a 25,000 sq ft shared workspace for today’s innovators, where technology, fashion, public relations, music and design start-ups work in pod-like studios alongside each other. Described as as ‘the man behind Tech City’, Rohan Silva was formerly Senior Policy Adviser to the UK Prime Minister David Cameron from 2010 until June 2013 and Economic Adviser to the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne. He then became ‘entrepreneur in residence’ at Index Ventures before co-founding Hubble (formerly Spacious) where he held the role of Chairman. He Co-Founded Second Home in 2013, after persuading 30 wealthy investors to invest nearly £4m of equity in the venture. A law graduate from the University of Manchester, he was also a Policy Fellow at The University of Cambridge. Rohan was named a Young Global Leader in 2014 by the World Economic Forum.