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This afternoon (Wednesday 1st December) The EpiCentre in Haverhill, celebrated its first-year milestone with live music, canapes, cocktails and a whole host of people who have been instrumental in its success including partners, associates and of course their customers.
This week The EpiCentre at Haverhill is celebrating its first anniversary with the announcement that it now has 20 businesses occupying space at the centre, a vibrant co-working space and is fast becoming a widely recognised hub for Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and North Essex providing support for entrepreneurial growing enterprises.
Key assets in the Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor (CNTC) are helping to strengthen the UK’s economy at a critical time, business leaders and politicians have told a major conference in Manchester. Supporters of the Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor (CNTC) hosted an event entitled ‘The Corridor of Life’ in Manchester this week to showcase the breadth of opportunities across the region.
The West Suffolk Business Festival officially launches today with the opening event in Bury St Edmunds
High profile event will showcase nationally important tech corridor to politicians and business leaders from across the UK
Supporters of the Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor (CNTC) will head north to Manchester on Monday to firmly put our region’s strengths on the national map. The event is being held in Manchester to coincide with the Conservative Party Conference and the audience of politicians and council leaders, academics and businesses will learn more about the breadth of opportunities across the Tech Corridor region.
Businesses, musical talent and a local celebrity gathered on 8th September 2021, to support the opening of Cool Beans, the new café at The EpiCentre on the Haverhill Research Park.
The IoD and its partner TrueCue have been selected to deliver the leadership and digital innovation programmes for the In-Career Education and Training (ICET) project. ICET is financed by the European Social Fund and the University of Suffolk and has been designed to support small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) to access high quality, immersive training.
The Oxford Innovation EIS Growth Fund 1 closed for investment in March 2021 and OION will be investing in a portfolio of promising technology companies over the course of the 2021/22 financial year.
The ‘Back to Business’ support exhibition and the Tech & Beer networking event that followed it in the evening at The EpiCentre, Haverhill, on Wednesday 21st July proved a great a success.