Doug Faulkner Business writer email@example.com @DougFaulknerG B4RN East Anglia scheme aims to get communities connected to fast broadband Yesterday, 16:58 Doug Faulkner Rural businesses struggling with sluggish internet speeds will have the chance to take matters into their own hands after the launch of a community-led project in the region. People Moves: This week’s movers across the region featuring Prior Diesel, Grant Thornton and Borne Yesterday, 12:34 Doug Faulkner The latest appointments in the region’s business community feature Prior Diesel, Grant Thornton and Borne. East Anglian exporters warn of price rises as pressures squeeze margins Yesterday, 08:51 Doug Faulkner firstname.lastname@example.org East Anglian manufacturers are continuing navigate the choppy waters of international trade – but have warned they will have to hand on price rises. Think tank calls for UK to commit to free trade after Brexit Yesterday, 09:00 Doug Faulkner Import tariffs are a form of “self-harm” and should be scrapped after Brexit to lower prices for consumers, according to a free market think tank. Norwich grooming brand Percy Nobleman hoping to make the cut in America Thu, 13:28 Doug Faulkner From the founding fathers’ full beards to Tom Selleck’s moustache, facial hair has been part of the great American story for centuries. Eight jobs lost as King’s Lynn-based machinery firm Anthill Plant Hire ceases to trade Wed, 15:37 Doug Faulkner An agricultural and construction machinery company has stopped trading, with the loss of eight jobs. Savvy Mums Business aims to help women create their ideal job to fit around the family Wed, 11:48 Doug Faulkner A mum-of-two has decided to use her knowledge of business to help others like her to launch their start-up – after finding most advice did not suit their needs. Norse Group boss Mike Britch wins entrepreneurial award Wed, 10:34 DOug Faulkner A Norwich business leader has been named entrepreneur of the year by an international magazine. Graduates leaving university ‘behind rise in unemployment in East of England’ Wed, 09:45 Doug Faulkner Unemployment in the East of England rose by 7,000 to 128,000 in the three months to June, despite the rate of those seeking work across the country falling to its lowest since 1975. Digital marketing agency aims to adapt to changing industry Wed, 08:36 Doug Faulkner If you make your living by providing a service, it might seem self-destructive to teach your customers how to do it themselves. Are you owed a refund from your energy provider? More than a million customers were overcharged last year Wed, 08:30 Doug Faulkner More than a million energy customers have been overcharged a total of £102m over the last year because of billing errors, research has revealed. How far would you move for a pay rise? Study finds we could be missing out on £2,000 by staying put Tue, 09:47 Doug Faulkner Workers could be missing out on a £2,000 pay rise by not moving within the UK for work, according to a study which shows employee mobility has dropped by a quarter since the millennium. Norfolk and Suffolk lag behind on gender pay gap Mon, 17:53 Doug Faulkner The East of England has the largest disparity in the country between what men and women are paid – with a 21.5% difference in pay. Opinion: What more can employers be doing to support workers’ mental health? Mon, 11:30 Tom Oxley Mental health is a top cause of workplace absence so why don’t we treat it like a physical injury?Tom Oxley, of workplace mental health consultancy Bamboo Mental Health, has his say. Norwich mobile payment firm Thyngs hooks up with PayPal Mon, 11:04 Doug Faulkner A mobile payments start-up has teamed up with an industry giant to integrate its technology. Booking a holiday online? New rules could help protect you Mon, 09:09 Doug Faulkner Travellers who book package holidays online may have greater protection under stronger rules. Cyber attacks on retail firms double in a year Mon, 08:43 Doug Faulkner The number of cyber attacks against retail businesses has doubled in the past year, according to new research. Wilko becomes latest high street retailer to announce redundancies Saturday, August 12, 2017 Doug Faulkner The embattled retail sector was dealt another blow as Wilko became the latest high street name to announce redundancies. Norse Group targets affordable homes market as it tackles public sector cuts Friday, August 11, 2017 Doug Faulkner Building homes on commercially “unattractive” land to tackle a national shortage in homes could help services group Norse overcome cuts to council spending, its boss has said. Parts retailer Eriks invests in Norwich hub Friday, August 11, 2017 Doug Faulkner A Norwich-based parts and maintenance services firm has moved premises to create a regional hub. The Ecology Consultancy and Bovis Homes teach Wymondham pupils about the nature around them Friday, August 11, 2017 Doug Faulkner An environmental consultancy practice has been working with youngsters to teach them about the wildlife and natural habitats near to their homes.