The Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor represents one of the most exciting growth opportunities in the East of England. The Tech Corridor is home to world-leading universities, research institutes and science parks, complemented by an ecosystem of knowledge-intensive businesses and networks to support innovation through to commercialisation and manufacturing. Combined with high quality of life and unconstrained, affordable space to grow, the Tech Corridor is the perfect place for businessespeople and investors to grow and thrive.

The Tech Corridor initiative is a public-private partnership set up to drive clean, efficient, technology-based economic activity across a wide geography encompassing the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. The initiative joins up the strengths and assets in the Corridor to promote and drive investment in to the region and support indigenous growth creating a cross-sector ecosystem of businesses to drive collaboration, technology convergence and strong regional supply chains.

The Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor has the potential to be home to an additional 26,000 additional jobs, 46,000 people and create value of an additional £2.75bn to regional economy.

Norfolk Ltd: From left, John Potter (Managing Director and Owner at Potters Leisure), Tim Barnes (Senior Manager at Grant Thornton), James Hunter (Head of Norwich Office, Mills & Reeve), Toby Wilson (Director, Grant Thornton), Marcus Hemsley (Director, Fountain Partnership), Minnie Moll (CEO, Jarrold Retail) and Jeff Ward (CEO Centurion Safety Products).
Norfolk Ltd: County’s top firms grow turnover as tech plays increasing role

Norfolk’s leading companies have experienced growth in turnover, employment and investment over the last 12 months, with tech playing an increasingly important role in the county’s economy.

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Health secretary Matt Hancock takes a look at the Versius surgical robot with CMR Surgical CEO Martin Frost
Health secretary takes a closer look at next-generation surgical robot

Health secretary Matt Hancock has given his backing to a next-generation surgical robot being developed in the Tech Corridor.

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Meet the Tech Corridor team at MIPIM 2018

Delegates heading to MIPIM 2018 this week can find out more about the exciting vision for the Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor.

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The CBAS team hard at work
CBAS AI app monitors patient movements

Artificial intelligence is being used to analyse the physical movements of patients in a bid to help doctors make better decisions.

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Artist Rebecca Osborne captured the first CNTC stakeholder summit in her drawing
Tech Corridor summit puts stakeholders in the picture

Stakeholders in the Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor came together to help generate ideas for the initiative’s future at a workshop on Thursday.

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