The Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor offers a unique combination of technology-based employment opportunities along with affordable places to live and high quality of life. With good transport links throughout the Corridor area, opportunities to live and work are plenty.
Wide range of job opportunities
The Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor is home to not only high-tech, knowledge-based businesses, but the whole supply chain from research and innovation, through to manufacturing and businesses services.
Exploring the Tech Corridor
The Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor connects two of the most vibrant cities in the East of England. Norwich, a UNESCO City of Literature is a wonderful fusion of the modern and historic, one complementing the other. Cambridge is dominated by its world-renowned university and its colleges provide a beautiful backdrop to its bustling city centre. In addition, the Tech Corridor comprises a number of market towns such as Newmarket, well-known for its horse race heritage, Bury St Edmunds, home to magnificent St Edmundsbury Cathedral and Thetford gateway to Thetford forest, Britain’s largest man-made lowland forest. Within the wider Tech Corridor area you find the Norfolk Coast, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Broads National Park offering a wide range of activities to explore.
With living costs lower than the rest of the South East and good opportunities for commuting, the Tech Corridor is an ideal place to live and work.
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Contact the Tech Corridor team on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about the opportunities to live and work in the Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor.
"As we are seeking to grow our automotive business in Norfolk, the development of Technology Park combined with the link to the Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor can only strengthen our local position which we welcome"
Aslam Farikullah, Group Lotus
"‘The Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor shows real vision and I applaud the partnerships role in leading the development of this strategic economic development initiative"
Simon Coward, Hethel Innovation