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Cambridge Wireless (CW)

CW is a leading international community for companies involved in the research, development and application of wireless & mobile, internet, semiconductor and software technologies. Over 400 member companies are drawn from all parts of the wireless enabled world, from securely connected devices, networks, smart phones, software and applications, through to data analytics, content delivery, telecommunications, satellites.

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Hethel Engineering Centre

Working with organisations across engineering, manufacturing, ICT and science sectors

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New Anglia

New Anglia is the Local Enterprise Partnership for Suffolk and Norfolk. One of 39 Local Enterprise Partnerships, New Anglia has been established as a catalyst to create jobs and remove the barriers to business growth. With a focus on growing the economy of the East, the LEP has launched flagship funds to support the development of infrastructure and targeted support for business.

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Norwich Research Park

The Norwich Research Park is a business community of research organisations with  world-leading science credentials and over forty science and technology based businesses including The Institute of Food Research, The John Innes Centre, The Sainsbury Laboratory, The Genome Analysis Centre, and The University of East Anglia.

As part of Innovation New Anglia, NRP can support your business.

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Orbis Energy

Working with businesses in the off shore energy sector.

Their SCORE program is great for companies looking to innovate in the off shore wind sector

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To accelerate the growth of the digital tech economy in the East, through promotion, excellence and support

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Tommy Flowers Institute

The Tommy Flowers Institute brings together the UK’s ICT industry and UK academia to develop research leaders for the grand challenges facing the ICT sector in the UK, ensuring that the UK can sustain a world-leading knowledge economy.  It will develop ICT doctoral and post-doctoral researchers’ skills to be future research leaders by providing industrial exposure through conferences, internships and mentoring opportunities.

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