Giorgia Bacco admits there are barely enough hours in the day. She is a senior marketing executive at a publishing company, the co-founder of a thriving three-year-old business and the mother of seven-month-old Sophia.
I’m exhausted,” she says rolling her eyes, “but I always knew this would require a great deal of work.” The 34-year-old is referring to Dottore London, a company providing a range of medical services to the capital’s Italian community. Staffed by more than 20 Italian doctors it is housed in a terrace house on a quiet street near the British Museum. Listening to the Italian receptionist making appointments on the telephone it is easy to imagine one is in Rome rather than central London.