PwC Cambridge has moved to a new home in the flourishing St John’s Innovation Park, opposite the Cambridge Science Park.
The new office move was celebrated with an official opening on 27 March 2019, attended by over 150 guests and staff.
The new office brings together more than 200 staff members from the Cambridge and Norwich teams. The relocation will allow PwC to be closer to their clients, and provide greater support in PwC’s priority fields of agri-tech, life sciences and artificial intelligence. The demand for expertise in these areas is increasing, and PwC is committed to ensuring it is best placed to help prepare its clients for future growth potential.
The new office space will encourage collaboration, inclusivity and flexibility. The doors will also be open for clients, local businesses and charities to use the new space, encouraging a greater sense of community throughout the city and region.
Sian Steele, PwC Cambridge office senior partner, said:
“Cambridge is an international city and we have a wonderful and diverse team. We pride ourselves on looking after one another as well as our clients. The move will allow us to address new challenges and opportunities within the city and surrounding areas. We want to be part of the team helping the city go from strength to strength, and our new office will no doubt help us to achieve this.”
Chrissie Freear, PwC Cambridge office senior manager and agri-tech team leader said:
“Moving to our new office demonstrates our commitment to the East and provides a great collaborative environment to bring together our range of specialists, in our key focus areas such as Agri-Tech. We are delighted that the new office has already been used as a venue by some agri-tech guests who were particularly impressed with our agri-moss wall!”