New Anglia Growth Hub for Norfolk & Suffolk

New_Anglia_GROWTH_HUB_CS2FREE face to face business support, an online information portal and telephone helpline is now available across the region. The New Anglia Growth Hub is a central point for businesses and individuals across Norfolk and Suffolk, and provides a simple and easy route to business support.  Businesses seeking to grow and individuals wishing to establish a new business are able to access help and advice via the telephone, online, and through a team of professional Business Growth Advisors.  Our Business Growth Advisers have access to hundreds of business services, including grants, resource efficiency, mentoring and coaching, finance, and tax advice. They can also support businesses to access faster broadband and make better use of existing broadband services.

New Anglia Growth Hub Advisers

New Anglia Growth Hub Team with partners at the Suffolk Show Launch.

If you’d like to book a meeting with a Business Growth Advisor please telephone: 0300 333 6536 or email:

If you’d like advice via telephone, please phone 0300 333 6536 or visit the New Anglia Growth Hub website HERE.

If you’d like to find out more about the New Anglia Growth Hub please contact Julie West, Growth Programme Coordinator at Email:

New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership secured funding for the Growth Hub as part of the Ipswich and Norwich City deals, that will drive growth and investment across Suffolk and Norfolk. The Growth Hub is operated by Suffolk Chamber of Commerce on behalf of New Anglia LEP.

The New Anglia Growth Hub is supported by a range of partners, including the Federation of Small Businesses, Eastern Enterprise Hub and Norfolk and Suffolk Local Authorities, and was one of the first Growth Hubs in England.


  • The New Anglia Growth Hub is funded by £3.9 million of Regional Growth Funding, through Lancaster University
  • A team of Business Growth Advisors provide direct help and support companies.
  • 3,000 businesses will be supported by the Growth Hub during 2014/15.
  • Over 225 new businesses will be created through start up support programmes during 2014/15