The Duke of York will visit the King’s Lynn Innovation Centre (KLIC) today.
Prince Andrew is due to tour the multi-million pound business complex on Nar Ouse Way, which was formally opened last summer.
Kevin Horne, chief executive of Norfolk and Waveney Enterprise Services (NWES), who run the site, said it would be a “real honour” to welcome the duke.
He said: “We welcome the opportunity to demonstrate the huge amount of support and activity available through Nwes to ensure that start-up and growing businesses in the local area are given every opportunity to flourish.
“KLIC has been designed to support the needs of ambitious, innovative businesses looking to grow in the local area, and we are sure that His Royal Highness will be impressed with the services and facilities available, which encourage local businesses and enterprise to grow and thrive.”