Mark Shields

Hopes have been raised that one of Norwich’s biggest shops could soon have a new tenant, after workers were seen inside the store.

Christmas party season is fast approaching – but do you know how to handle the occasion without making a show of yourself?

The likes of Moz the Monster and Paddington may have stolen the hearts of youngsters this Christmas, but they are also signs of increased marketing spend which retailers feel will benefit the entire sector, a new report suggests.

One of Norwich’s leading accountancy firms is to close its city offices as it encourages staff to work on the road instead.

Regional law firm Ashtons Legal has scooped a top trophy for its digital presence at the LawNet awards – after its website survived an attack from Russian hackers.

Another trophy has been added to cabinet at the Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia, after it picked up a national accolade.

National estate agent Leaders has bolstered its presence in Norwich with the acquisition of a city business.

Norfolk’s Spire Solicitors has won Law Firm of the Year Award at the 2017 LawNet Awards.

Urgent corporate insolvency reform is needed in the chancellor’s budget, says a trade body, as new figures show a 15% year-on-year rise in cases across England and Wales.

The state of Norfolk’s transport infrastructure, broadband and business rates were top of the agenda as a treasury minister heard the views of the county’s businesses.

A team from the region’s local enterprise partnership will meet the business secretary tonight to discuss how they can encourage Britvic and Unilever to retain production and jobs in Norwich.

The region’s local enterprise partnership has added its voice to the chorus calling for the Construction Industry Training Board to stay in Norfolk.

A regional construction leader will push for CITB jobs to stay in the county, but says the proposed changes have been prompted by industry demands.

If you bank with Lloyds, Halifax or Bank of Scotland, listen up.

More businesses in the East of England are showing signs of growth than the national average, but wider indicators suggest “a new phase of the economic cycle” may have started.

The CITB must immediately reverse its ambition to relocate to Peterborough and should instead set its sights on modernising its Norfolk headquarters, says an MP.

The boss of the Construction Industry Training Board has insisted its departure from west Norfolk is a necessary step to secure its future.

A Q&A briefing on what’s happening at the Construction Industry Training Board, based in west Norfolk.

The future of hundreds of jobs in West Norfolk is in doubt after one of the area’s biggest employers announced plans to relocate.

The experience and expertise of East Anglian business has helped to shape a new platform which hopes to shake up start-up support for new companies.

Offshore services company 3Sun has invested more than £1.4m in staff training to meet existing and future contracts.

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