Join our growing business community at Norwich Research Park and benefit from:
– A profile-raising address
– A community to inspire and provide new business opportunities
– High-quality facilities to provide a professional impression
– Opportunities to access pre seed funding and specialist facilities
Whether you are working for an established business or are part of a new start-up company you can benefit from joining the Norwich Research Park campus community.
We regularly hold community events to inspire and provide new business opportunities.
A profile raising address
“Being a virtual tenant of Norwich Research Park has helped to raise our profile and to connect with our target audience in scientific and academic sectors. The location and facilities provide a great place to meet clients with formal private meeting rooms as well as a more casual restaurant and outside areas”.
Alex Howard, Managing Director, AAH Software.
As a virtual tenant you will be invited to all the community events organised by the science park management team, AIP LLP. Events include occupier social networking such as a summer barbecue, quiz nights, lunch time Tai Chi, senior team lunches, Enterprise Wednesday – show case events, and industry events including AgritechE, Norfolk Limited and Royal Society.
As a virtual tenant your address will be The Centrum Building, the known hub of Norwich Research Park. This, modern, central facilities building includes a café and a restaurant and offers:
– Parking for visitors
– A serviced reception
– Informal workspace
– Formal meeting rooms for hire
– A large terrace with views out across the campus
– Showers for people commuting by bike or exercising at lunch time
Being a virtual tenant on Norwich Research Park will provide opportunities to access funding. To learn more about or Explorer Fund and our Pre-Seed Enterprise Fund please click the link below.
Get in touch
To find out more or to apply for a virtual tenancy with us contact Alexia Mlynarska, Associate Director of Community Development and Services.