Why Would Your Business Want to Relocate to Cambridge?
Cambridge is home to the most important and fastest growing Tech Cluster in the UK and forms one point of the Cambridge – Oxford – London 'Golden Technology Triangle'.
Cambridge has emerged as having the greatest level of digital tech skills outside of London, as indicated in Tech Nation 2017. The report also highlights the growing importance of Digital Tech industry, which is now estimated to contribute £170 bn to the UK economy.
Cambridge is the UK city of choice for some of the most important Tech businesses on the planet, such as: Microsoft, Arm, Raspberry Pi and Google.
Unsurprisingly, Cambridge is also the technology business start-up capital of the UK.
In addition to the levels of expertise in digital tech, Cambridge attracted £153 m of Digital Tech investment in 2016, the third highest in the UK.
The population is young and very well educated.
Cambridge's economy is expected to grow by 2.3% in 2018 - outstripping all other UK cities.
It is one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the UK.
Cambridge University is a world renowned institution and centre of excellence which provides a steady stream of highly educated and tech savvy graduates – an invaluable resource and the reason that Cambridge is the number one location of choice for large numbers of technology related businesses.
East Anglia, and the county of Cambridgeshire are among the fastest growing locations in the UK. Cambridge currently has a population of around 130,000.
Several new towns close to Cambridge, including Northstowe, Bourn and Waterbeach, will provide considerable numbers of new homes.
According to the Cambridge Cluster Map, which highlights data on businesses located within 20 miles of Cambridge, for the period 2015-2016, there were 24,496 Cambridge-based companies with over 210,027 employees with a total turnover of £36.5 billion.