Norwich BID

We’ve partnered up with Norwich Business Improvement District (BID) to help levy payers save time and money organising their energy.

Energy plays an important role in your business, from heating your buildings to flicking the kettle on for the coffee round. We understand it can be time consuming and confusing finding the right supplier for your business needs and checking and negotiating contracts. We’re here to help remove your energy headaches and hassles!

How it works

Nestled in the heart of Norwich City Centre, we are within easy reach of businesses within the BID geographical area. We can pop in at a time that suits you for a quick chat or a more in-depth discussion, depending on your needs, about your current energy situation and explore ways we can help your energy management. From checking through historical bills to make sure you haven’t over paid to finding ways your business could be more energy efficient, there’s lots of ways we can potentially help you.

We work closely with and maintain fantastic relationships with a long list of UK energy suppliers so that we can get access to the best tariffs available for our clients. We can also provide award winning tools and knowhow that will enable you to make better energy decisions.

What’s next?

As energy enthusiasts we’re here to help free up some of your time by taking control of your energy management so you can concentrate on the things that mean the most to you and your business.

If you are a BID levy payer and want to find out more get in touch by emailing BID@indigoswan.co.uk or call us on 01603 625522.

More about Norwich BID

The BID team work hard to improve the trading environment and identify additional projects and services which could help develop Norwich’s city centre. It’s an innovative organisation with many successful projects and a clear vision to make a positive impact on the vitality of our city centre and the success of the businesses within it.

If you would like to find out more about the BID and its range of projects, please visit the Norwich BID website.

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