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Norwich Research Park’s Enterprise House launched at an AIP senior team lunch!

18 March 2024

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The Anglia Innovation Partnership (AIP) hosts regular senior team lunches with the goal of bringing members of the community together, from business and academia, to help people get to know each other. The latest lunch was not held in Centrum, as usual, instead it took place at AIP’s new Enterprise House. This is AIP’s latest accommodation offer to small, and start-up businesses that want to benefit from the profile-raising address and community activities that help to support collaboration and generate new business opportunities.

Enterprise House is a building near the existing Innovation Centre and Chestnut Nursery that provides small office spaces, on an all-inclusive basis and with ‘easy-in-easy-out’ terms. It gives companies that may only have a very small number of staff a way to join the park, access the support of the AIP team and access to the science expertise on the campus.

Roz Bird, CEO of AIP said, “This kind of space is extremely important to the park, as business development activity and the campus-wide enterprise strategy is helping to identify and develop new business ideas. These small spaces are mean that very early-stage businesses are able to have an office space without a long-term contract commitment. Enterprise House will also attract small companies, from the local area, that want to join our special science community.”

StressCatcher are the first new occupier of Enterprise House, they specialise in Counselling and Life Coaching and benefit from being close to the hospital and the great facilities of the Norwich Research Park. Gina Savory,  Integrative Counsellor from StressCatcher, who was invited to the Senior Team Lunch at Enterprise House said, “The lunch was the true experience of what I was looking for when I chose Norwich Research Park: a collaborative interchange experience amongst different professionals with a common goal (with the bonus of a delicious lunch!). Also, being at Enterprise House has allowed the majority of my clients to be able to attend in-person sessions due to the fantastic accessibility and parking the building offers and the great connections with Norwich and other nearby villages. The building is welcoming and also has a great vibe which makes working here a real treat!”

Since the lunch Grindeks UK and Liz Hollis Media have also joined the new EH community and 8 offices (at time of writing) remain available to let. For more information please visit our Enterprise House webpage.

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