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Opportunity for businesses in west Norfolk to KLIC and Connect

KLIC and connect business drop in event - 31 Jan

Published: Wednesday, 25th January 2023

KLIC and Connect is a chance for businesses in west Norfolk to find new opportunities, meet other businesses and get information, advice and support from the New Anglia Growth Hub and Innovate UK EDGE

Two drop-in events are planned at KLIC in King’s Lynn, from 9am-6pm on 31 January and 23 February.

Deputy Leader of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council, and Cabinet Member for Business, Culture and Heritage, Cllr Graham Middleton, said:

“I hope businesses across west Norfolk will see what a great opportunity this is and come to meet us to find out more.

“Supporting businesses in the borough to succeed, grow and diversify is key to the success of the borough as a whole and we’re here to help and support them do that, every step of the way.”

The events are free and businesses can gain additional benefits by getting advice on the business support that is available in west Norfolk and how innovation can help businesses grow.

There will also be an opportunity to find out more about exciting developments in King’s Lynn, including plans for the Nar Ouse Business Park, proposals for an Innovation and Collaboration Incubator and how KLIC can help businesses by offering meeting spaces, hotdesking, co-working and more.

The events will be open to current KLIC tenants, as well as all local businesses in the borough of west Norfolk and the general catchment area of the KLIC centre.

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KLIC is located at Innovation Drive, King's Lynn, PE30 5BY.

This event is part of the Connected Innovation programme from New Anglia LEP. It is made possible by the Norfolk Strategic Fund and the Suffolk Inclusive Growth Investment Fund and Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, and supported by Nar Ouse Business Park Enterprise Zone and the Norfolk Chambers of Commerce.

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