Important business sectors in Norfolk include tourism, energy (oil, gas and renewables), advanced engineering and manufacturing, and food and farming. Principal arable crops are sugar beet, wheat, and barley and oil seed rape. Over 20% of employment in the county is in the agricultural and food industries. Well-known companies in Norfolk are Aviva, Colman's and Bernard Matthews Farms.
The New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership has been established to help jobs grow across Norfolk and Suffolk, securing an enterprise zone to help grow businesses in the energy sector and establish the two counties as being a centre for growing services and products for the green economy.
Norfolk is one of the few counties in England that does not have a motorway running through it; however, the A11 connects your serviced office in Norfolk to Cambridge and London via the M11.
The Great Eastern Main Line is a major railway from London Liverpool Street Station to Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk. Norwich International Airport offers travel within Europe, with a link to Amsterdam which then offers onward flights to the rest of the world.
Norfolk is home to some of the UK’s finest British beaches including Great Yarmouth, Waxham, Cromer and Holkham. Norfolk contains the Broads and a number of other areas of outstanding natural beauty, many areas of the coast are wild bird sanctuaries and reserves with some areas designated as National Parks.