We’re pleased to announce the launch of our latest guide, Norwich: A Tech Destination, which is all about – you guessed it – tech in Norwich!
In the past five years, Norwich has shaken off its connotations of Alan Partridge, Colman’s Mustard and Nicholas Pasons to become a genuinely exciting compact city with a burgeoning tech scene.
From 2011 to 2015, an average of 111 tech startups were born in the city each year, with digital business turnover increasing by 27%, according to the 2017 Tech Nation report.
Find out about the tech companies currently based there, what the city has to offer ambitions entrepreneurs and everything else you need to know about Norwich’s digital space in our latest free guide, Norwich: A Tech Destination.
One of the newest tech developments in Norwich is Barclay’s Eagle Lab, a support hub for high-growth tech businesses in East Anglia.
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Jake Humphrey, BBC Sport and BT Sport presenter, who was raised in Norwich, said:
“I think the Barclay’s Eagle Lab is a brilliant idea, perfectly executed, and essential to Norwich. When I visited the lab I was blown away by the energy, creativity and ambition – all of it made possible by such a brilliant space in the heart of our great city. I’d urge any ambitious young enterprise to go and meet the Eagle Lab team – you won’t regret it”
Learn more about Barclay’s Eagle Lab in the essential guide to Norwich’s rapidly developing tech space.