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Welcome to the new Tech Hub map of East Anglia
We are out to map the position of every digital and tech business in Norfolk and Suffolk – and we need your help.
Why are we doing this?
Because we are tired of seeing our region left off the map when policy makers, journalists and investors talk about the UK’s ‘innovation culture’ and ‘centers of tech excellence.’ We want them to wake up to the reality of our thriving tech communities – from WhiteSpace and New Patrick’s Yard in the heart of Norwich, to the Norwich Research Park, the Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft Enterprise Zone, the A14 Tech Corridor around Bury St Edmunds, AdAstral Park and everywhere in-between.
Those of you who read the EDP Business section may well have seen this article from 6 August – Norwich Ready to Join A List of Technology Centres. The local people who contributed to the story were prompted to do so by a shared sense of frustration at Norwich once again being overlooked from an important national list of tech communities – Tech City UK’s Cluster Alliance. This is not the first time it’s happened and if we don’t pull together as a community it won’t be the last.
But this initiative is not just about Norwich – it’s about identifying high growth tech clusters across Norfolk and Suffolk. This matters because it will encourage tech people and businesses to move here, to stay here and to invest here. It will boost the region’s economy and create a deeper talent pool, which will benefit all businesses. However, this is a grass-roots led initiative, which means we can only do it with your help.
How can you help?
There are three things you can do to strengthen our tech communities:
- Add your digital or tech business to the map
- Join one or more of our local tech community groups such as Norfolk Developers, Hot Source, SyncNorwich, SyncIpswich, SIMS
- Share this map with all your tech contacts in the region – particularly on social media so they can share it too – and share your ideas with the NTJ community on Google+
Remember: We’re stronger together.