From start-ups to global players, there’s a long list of reasons to locate your business in East Cambridgeshire.
Business booms in Cambridgeshire.
East Cambridgeshire’s progressive vision.
A talented work force for all sectors. Cambridge residents are a world leading workforce.
A true gem in the heart of the Cambridgeshire countryside.
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Here to facilitate economic growth by working with the business community.
Working with people to help their start up and business planning processes.
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Skills to future-proof your business.
Facilitating and expediting the planning process.
Check out the diverse range of sectors that have successful businesses operating in our region.
The East of England is home to a high concentration of the Agri-Tech industry.
30 x higher than national average.
Home to the UK's most successful logistics and distribution firms.
East Cambridgeshire is in the mix of talent and resources - the place to be.
An industry at the heart of East Cambs.
Who are we? We are pro-business, pro-growth, and proactive. Find out more.
Promoting economic growth across the district.
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From investing in apprenticeships locally to improving lives in Senegal, West Africa, G’s are a vastly impressive global business headquartered in East Cambridgeshire. Established in 1952 and with an annual turnover of £370 million, the group has over 5,000 employees. Councillors and officers from East Cambridgeshire District Council recently donned wellies and braved the mud and rain to find out more
Deanta UK hosts official opening of new premises in East Cambridgeshire
An event aimed at employers to celebrate National Apprenticeships Week 2018
On Friday 19th January 2018, Councillors from East Cambridgeshire District Council (ECDC) visited Ely’s Lancaster Way Business Park and Enterprise Zone.
Councillors were given the opportunity to see first-hand how research is being used to reduce crop and food waste here in the East.